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Title: The Collier County news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Everglades Pub. Col
Place of Publication: Everglades Fla
Creation Date: July 14, 1927
Publication Date: -1963
Frequency: semiweekly[ -1963]
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Newspapers -- Collier County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Collier -- Naples
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -40th year, no. 71 (Oct. 31, 1963).
General Note: Published at Naples, Fla. Nov. 7, 1947- .
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 26 (July 14, 1927).
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EVERGLADES, FI'WA. THURSDAY! JULY 14, 1927 PRICE: $2.00 A YEAR

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OPERATIONS ATIMMOKALEE VlllLiAM BROWN/ FIRST INDIAN MSSIONpTABLISHED I WILLSON




ARE WHITE MAN TO TRADE S IN 1897ife., > IMMOKALEE TOURNAMENT' ON 'TED FROMV.



PUSHEDThree WITH INDIANS HERE E -., '.'-? PLEASES AND ; P. .1. IN 1904
BEING I .
In/the. year 189? or thereabout* jJUlfflEioValee. it was decided tomeveiown ,- .

-e \ to Brown's Old Store .
.
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mission In theTl-
the first Indian 1
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ldfl-;Is the designation which IsgPeuon

Came to Immokalee in clnity of Immokalee was. tnnn. the map), located on thebric'of Oldest Riders in |It) o al e Received Early
Forward church. -Thj|
Carried ed by the Episcopal ,
Different Projects Being the
Everglades. This
was ,.
Established Give Fine
Efficient Direc- 1885 and > Indians however tailed to.take Hi nelJUld the missionary work was Country Schools of Virginia,

at Rapid Rate Under Trading PostINDIANS very active interest in the m1ssiwbut charge. of Dr. Godin remained of' Horsemanship Polytechnic Institute
Virginia
tion of G. C. Wiilson and Capable.. Staff not losing courage the mlsionaries I;,fcis post t for fifteen years, until : the"' .

'- GIVES -, went ahead and bull 111..r time of his death about ten THOMPSON 1900 *-

IS saw-mil where they intended'*. iff ago Since then' there has. t '1 :: -- '-

EXCELLENT EQUIPMENT l A NAME employ the Indians and.teach Ut 1J'BO nlisi&narY work done CARSON OF
DEARIETTY
ASSET IN CARRYING ON WORK S f .- the ways of civilization A ver. among\ the Indians, who never did : ES
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fine church was also erected an -a se a sprat deal l of Interest in the Horses \PERtENCE IN ENGINEERING
Known Seminolesas Training.
to
Modern Machine stood until It was demolished_' 'WM'L. .
Machinery Kept Repair by v -
Mekillasee the hurricane of September 192 Christmas Day
Shop With'Staff of Six Mechanics .. Several ot the tombstones tB (fb t_.be Tnitpd; States government, Worked on a Variety of Jobs in All Parts

& WILLIAM BROWN churchyard still point out th lLr.* after Dr Godin.'a death On Monday, July fourth. the Western Hemisphere-Receives Sup-
et e a township to be used as
It anyone who has not been to Railroad: and is to run as far as One'cannot remain long in Immo place where, the church bulldln S ,:'" 'It b Indian I reservation and'this 1s zena of Immokalee observed of MeA at Immokalee

Immokalee during the past five or Deep Lake. where the Deep Lake kalee without patching some of the once stood. .-far used for that purpose. The tom* which dates back to _

six years were t> enter this section Railroad will connect with it and romance which.,seems to prevade After five years of apparently g ernnu-nt has never done a when William Brown the I I -- r

of Collier County today, be would carry trains on into Port DuPont the place. One,soon-hears of William fruitless effort. the mission anctsawmill Pat thl i for the Sdainoled since white man to trade with the I 9. JWillaoa.t-geiieral l t- the a position Power Construction as superintendent Con
nole Indians first arrived in charge of all j WI )
'
At 1
which and Everglades. the present .Brown. did more for the I i
be amazed the progress who hat time and the of I I .
abandoned. W, H| : concensus .
were at Monroe Hridee, Massaeh iI s
has been made In this little town time about five miles of track has: Seminoles and the white men in vicinity This custom as I at Inaaokalefc wv."boOlmond.
Tclles purchased the machinery- 'pinion among the inhabitants In 19%', varied slightly from v Virginia on April 5, Here ate was placed in chaof:
the little been laid and the work is being' In than -
by
,
In that Hmev Although this country days gone j
section Q
from the saw mill, and used clans' that the missionary life all construction work ard ZIP
the carried forward rapidly under the 1 And one iginal observance for it But one year of fate ms
still appearance othtr
city presents any one person. of it a4 equipment in the first IceJplanw..blch Sv ork, and the work of the governmer form.of.barbecue and that tor la 1884 f Worked on large variety joh5.
of a frontier post. the progress efficient direction of D..W. Barrows soon hears.talk of ox-teams, of |,: In city, aj I! n
resident engineer for the At-, Bartow eve? had. unong the Indians hasjiorer nament. The barbecue was moved to tana where be Mn Gore to Sent Amrkmi
which has been made since 1922 is ; long cattle drives and of the days '! I
r remarkable. Much still remains to lantic Coast Line. About sixty 1: when the nearest post office was at Having abandoned the mission teen :very successful by all and was efficiently I I until tairteea yean
ti be done; but good roads. railroad men are employed in this end of the 1 LaBelle. twenty-two miles away, 'by A. Carson one of the bj entered a.temporary I' work on this project, hi .::"d thf'

service to Everglades, adequate, work According to Mr. BarrowsIt i and the Immokalee mail was zens-of Immokalee. (1 i. He received much ,v lu- engineering and ( '. 'I sued ,n

drainage and Improved telephone 1 will be about a year before the I brought into the. village on horseback HAL > WOL lS ONCE ROAMED the way of food that & ( on the farm and he\ forces of EL I. DuPont <: \pinours

3 and telegraph service will soon be work i it completed and through ser* : q IMMOKAlEE MESS sive was served, and. a large f I hare of the wrk. It was and Company He worganisauon .i'h thi*

available to the citizens of Immo- vice established to Port DuPont and 1' Mrs. William, Brown paints a was in attendance. About- farm that he leaned how fr'f thu ears, aol,i

11 kalee In fact the telephone exchange Everglades.The I vivid picture of the days when IMflOKAlEE i dred automobiles were i firearms, of all kinds, and during that time he ',...j charge of

I at Immokalee. which is under work of grading for the J there was only one Toad running COMPARES V/ITH/ BEST fORESTS around the tournament has always stood the COD rut'tiln wdtfferent ', on seven

\ the direction of Samuel railroad has been progressing satisfactorily into Immokalee and that little "And." Mr. Carson added good stead. He was, evea plants wed were erT'HIi -

Thompson one of the oldest residents About ten miles of the more than a tr iL This is the road -- i r"7 < I twinkle in hiseye.. "we boy fond of hunting, and in for that compen

of this vicinity is one of.the grade has been thrown up oa the which connects Immokalee. with Served A.CaronBeca11s Days thousandat_ our next IlMl to \ end loos fors to
I 1 this journeyed
most modern and best equipped Immokalee end. according to Mr. Fort Myers. and.which enters Fort Excellent Food I After everyone had : woods engaged in tkat. past- Following

_q, telephone exchanges in southwest- Barrows. and on the Deep Lake Myers on Anderson Avenue. It is by Mrs. E. Whited "'WhenYolvesAboundinWoqdsAboutTown |I the excellent food they He attended what soo1s Sooth America .. '? hI" w& made

in! a Florida and enables a person end about two miles of the grade almost impossible to realize that I their cars on either side (df ". at.fat lime afIDnIed general supe' 'dent' for the

atllmmokalee to get in touch I has'been completed. It will takeabout such a condition ever existed for Keeps Men Content ?. i tournament grounds, and to hja e rauce-into, d.e Nor. Chile ExplChaqmmata Company 11Th
'
'4h any part of the country He eight;months to complete the today there are many>roads leading -- f--- !the coming of the .ScaooJ.Henftci I imon' diat.
i ijust a* near New York City. 1 grading for the'extension from Immokalee. and there are at MrE biizabelliVhi'kd.. ,htew, Alihoua wolves, at one timex- i did not have'long to wait, task to wi j '-' h'nM-\f .' I
Canal Is hall ted in abundance around Immo-I horsemen soon made their 'Q Icge 1lIjt oral superl I ':- for the coma.remeT1r -
Dug
L Jbiton: Chicago Los Angelas or Drainage least three ways in Which one may ardess in Charge of the mesa

I ortland as is the resident of Fort The third project which is being drive to tort Myers.. in the camp of Alexaader.Ramsay J,4S.S. th> have, by dint of much I knee, and as they entered several 'I1St.*at this panT was ; 0 ZChrzquirna' iI!

4 .Myers Tampa, Miami, or Jackson- undertaken by gander Ramsay, Browns Moved to Towc I* 1885 & Kerr of Immokalee ia _according 4frt-: been exterminated. A. Car- grounds on their beautiful 4. eaftred "t Virginia J! When. hI' went

A /vi1le. in-so-far as getUng in touch and Kerr Is the digging of a drain to the men at the camp"a HL Iq reminiscing on"his experf- the days when cattle Inetttate at Blacks-' there thi r 5t- capah'! .r

I I with the various sections of they age canal This drainage canal is The Brown came to Immokalee cook who caa't be be t." butdn 1 0 ot! the past recalled one flourished were recalled by i Tid gradosfte tram this producin. san1 t'IIi 0''I.

c is concerned. in 1885, and at that time there always hasa I ) he and his father and son in- the audience And ore per ui work wa f I"'
rtuntr) by telephone fifty feet wide and the fill for the addition Mrs. Whited t5ze wi n tie sring \
Three Project Under Way ; highway and railroad is dug from were only four families living in pleasant smile and a word of; rtetfleat! two days in the the procession was the } 19M7 wttjbi- WUpuiar enlarge ('I' It was tapahto.f ,

I The most extensive :operations it. The canal runs parallel to the the vinldty of Immokalee. and greeting for everyone, She Is? S Tcral miles trom Immo'hey Ueman of all A Carson of HV took pro ti-seven thiu-
S being carried on at the these families lived two or three to bid the t camped one night "Dolph" as he 1kiu>wp to 'bsya ia JaIas r rlay ,,:
which are JdgJuvayand railroad. and a; distance never too busy to forget T1 '
:
Immok Ief. howpra miles apart. In the same year that an It I I a Jle.wa* loflawedy pset ;l 'r ,)nt.!, ,L
present time at of forty-eight men f .riJ'g 4 4'eha. ; Lake. And jiLbac .
)
] arid Mrs. Bjtowa) ,
: l-r $X e l.4ttc. ff the ta separatesl they' .comn't1CJ ,ttr"f J\ g'; ol'thelr' nS ThOnn.p5Q1b a. r k.
.Don or ral roM rvte e. end th&provement :center: of the highway. brightened many a blue moment ina I. Udii8sed some cat pJaee OH tIw.I bta hftvfl
Indians: and MrBr the I.'fh Gartha UuPree, H K. 1 Pe
of drainage facilities:' of forty-eight feet also separates number of lives 1 'la,jessed that there were ,
I In'be
distinction of being the first white 'Murl Vivis Waddy played tpfgumo After turd-'K to the I nited
'The building of the highways la the center of the highway from the According to G. C. Wilson, general sinthe vicinity so Mr. Car-
time
man in this part of the country to twol ; then crowned Miss Ada season. From t en States A joined I the oran /ation
this section the throwing dp of the center of the railroad grade which of the ted that spread out
superintendent operations they
,
barter with the Seminoles. The eon Ift" in every lootbell game of ThomLj ant
I a visitor from Fort Myers, A. L aw u a- A*-i;
S railroad grade. and the improvement is being thrown up on the south Immokalee, the mess room [half mile apart and
at abol a4
of transportation which Us college partfcipated in to the P tt" Idi,(lli
only means of the tournament, and sifient of
of drainage la being done bj< side of the highway while the canal I Mr. Carson
ot the cleanest mera rooms *-country.
Is one Sent h
the country at that time afforded tournament commenced. the time of kin gzssdostion. Portland dement Compar ". He wa
Alexander, Ramsey, and Kerr wba is being dug on the north side which he has ever seen in his long I rifle so he rode the cento '
numberof of the was by ox-cart and supplies were caT riding featured the was an ardent lover of engaged, dumii; his (time with i this>
toad.Aeeording
to a large
give employment the work. to Mr Wilson these brought from Fort :Myers to Im years of work on construction I .3 his father carried a A. Carson and Samuel 5)G., awl he believes tint tt was company in special worL Cpr it*
men In carrying on Jobs of all kinds. But in addition abt a and his brother_ re-
fast
mokalee by that means for manyyears. thrills galore which made ate organizatijr.
provided
by I
The work itself is superintended three projects highway, railroad
to keeping the mess hall neat an}} .
"Of alA hold
I and thus to
i did feet
Never
crowd.
& G C. Wlllson of the, operations who was placed here In in pleted extension.and and running canal into should Evergladesnot be com- Sometimes they used-Jo drive clean the food which Mrs. Whited 'th'met' ( at regular inter- ,' control of their once powerful I| his berth on the football Later he limed the for.'FF )f ,!the
charge I I for the men is cooked so 1 for long time they dis- LI
been hogs a,ong with theox train which prepares '& an a but times they \ Roger Ftrsuijn coaipanV
1927. after having later than the spring of 1928 I many
February,
port DuPont for some time At the present time considerable consisted of seven or eight teamsof well, and is so satisfying that no cecred nothing: out of the way. to disaster. The riding of j i May, 1903 Mr WIUsoo won I was at thai: ( me, engageil in 1 1'211
at
: ot complaint U ever beard, Carson '-'
word however. Mr. const work ;tn VJrnrja
Mrs FiillJ. way oa
At the present time most of the difficulty is being encountered as oxen and as many ox-carts. era who took part In the first prizes in tae annual
And the importance of good food to look In his brothers di. ; I; )r. Wlllson sas placed in t'bhf'
company's efforts are being concentrated the dredge is passfng through rock{Brown recalled one time when they chuce* ment also was an exhibition day at Virginia Polytechnic

on the construction of the which must be drilled and dyna-J camped in the midst of the jungle over-estimated for unless good mellon and saw him waving his celtent horsemanship, but and also received the I i of this .{riIH i Virginia for ""m'

county highway from Immokalee mited. Too much credit cannot be'with a drove of bogs and eight on a Job of this, kind cannot oe ha n hastened to ride to wherehi lug of Mr. Carson and Mr medal, watch Is tile I II :I time but he nally left the company -
-1 1 The wolves howled food is served the men will become brc hers horse was standing and wa n aile : ,"rIntendent -
teams of gfneratui
4 to the intersection of the Tamiami given the drilling crews which are, oxen. i son wa. by far the honor this institution beI I
Trail _t Carnestown a distance of to quote Mr. Wilson "working in about the camping ground all night.I discontented resiles and unhppy at! hi brother pointed to buzz- ture of the day t I upon any of its athletes. He of f SoutherniHi-

l -.about forty miles. While the the front line trenches." Here the and Mrs. Brown spent most of the and maximum efficiency In carrying arts cf cling overhead not far d lafa forces Race served as president of tie I I Paving Comp y. ia <'hai;e of

animals and on the work can never be jhen he out that I' highway union work fu
J dredge which is being used in the men are working in mud and water time watching the seeing 't nolnted : Association awl was a con4
work is throwing up this grade it which is knee deep and it is that no harm befell them. reached. i y t: tied down but suddenly Following the II of many oilier clubs on North Caroline* Followmsr this :1'I
Mrs. Whited has had a vide variety the air agaio. apparently fastest horses In the J was general -llr- nniPBden$ nj .:,-,
Is. at the some time throwing up not unusual for them to work all tim o At the close of his i
Trade Was Recnmeratlve
of experience in this line of sturbed. lu running rases. i j Public S* rvii-r ProrrI -
the railroad grade and work on the day In tho cypress swamps drilling torch gaged career be waa voted by the I I

extension is progressing at a falr- blasting, or moving their equipment :| The Indians at that time used to work. She has run localities and managed>_she 'To see," Mr. Carson's brother ture of these races was body ai the beat all round I' pany 3f Newark, Nw Jer ('}, m

lwrank-! rate. of heavy air comnreesors.,I I offer furs in trade. Later how- restaurants many ; ssaM him, "there is a cow there yard dash which was won and the most yonibtr cadet I charge of all :i" coirpanFF hh !J-

County Highway Is Progressing 1 portable railroad tracks, pipe line ever, they came to offer plume I has alto cooked for the men fend in whet] vas slaughtered but a short of the fastest horses in institution at Oaf ties j jI way construction work in Ih! !

The cqpnty highway to which i supplies and air drills each on two birds ia exchange for the commodities I construction camps before tin 4 o. The buzzards scatter so County. The other races I Willacn not oed, wet dis I I South, Th. S'I :bern fficfs[ c5 ::e

i reference was made above, is twen- wheel carts. which they desired and also i knows their likes and dulikep as huTi y because the wolves which proved spectacular, but the on the athJ ettc Held, but I company w're lo( atf'd at Ralc-gh:

4N tj-eight feet in width and Is, eventually The right of way for these three traded In alligator hides. Finally well as anyone. And duringhxr ar ting there Jump at them vided the speed and B many honors oa tae rifle North Carolina and i Mr. Will 'ti

.. to be hardsurfaced The Improvements has been cleared they came to offer all kinds of. long years of experience stewardess as re.itlll"rant the' aid S re them away. 1 watched which the crowd was while atendins coOece lie spent inch of his lime in Ralcirn

1 work is progressing nicely; and as from Immokalee to Everglades, under furs birds, and hides In exchange manager and thou that thicket and saw The barbecue and many of tae reaords
the : of florida Tarns Him
has acquired
evidence of this fact the following the direction of Samuel Wat- and the trade with the Indians prop! truly mapery j a semi-annual affair, and had been marte oa the

figures. covering the period from eon a negro contractor. The rightof i ed very remunerative. the culinary art a sany of the nua The wo stealthily crept to the celebration will be held on and was In the awjorfty of It waa while be wa ia Rale;f'i

June 5, 192 when the first dipper way is two hundred and fifty i', It was customary to trade only in the camp at Immokalee will tfise Indicated, and Mr. Carson i mas day when it (4 hoped ii high man ia target practice l that Mr Wilson first took uouce

4 full of earth was dug by Barren C. feet\ wide over the entire distance. during the winter, although in the testify 5- btHeldbtdy two wolves feasting ff the more horses and men from } work on ta, ntaf And Of 4e Florida boom which at t that

Collier. of New York to July 1, Equipment Is Best summer Mr. ,and Mrs. Brown remaIned Fnder Mrs Whitea are Mrs ] f a slaughtered cow. On rounding counties will be a* adept la tho we of Ore- /time was Jjxr tommpncing tr> make

.* 1927 are presented: 1 I The equipment! used in this con- at the claim which they Rimmis who cooks for the crew Iok) out he aawthree' other. tendance. Mr Carson I Uday aa be wa at that j Itself felt farti er north.O'irrany)

June 5, 192 to November 1, 4700 !struction work Is the best obtain. had staked out. It wos possible to on the dredge which at the prcs>- waive stationed around the car- cued the following ae many people will testify he decided to romp to Florida, him

Uneal feet. | |ble, and represents a vast sum of obtain any kind of fowl or game ent time is approximately nine cats lookouts. lie reached for ,Tialifins'e- anvone from.aay Enzages la K. K. Work Belt HP sui;M] thf action to th.
'December 2100 that the miles from Immokalee, and Mrs surrounding counties to wI
November 1 t 1. In thrQwlng the family wished the year the two ani-
money. up grade hb f e. and killed word, and played the real fstatf
S lineal feet.Dect'mber I on the road from LaBelle to Immokalee -I! around, and so they had little Bryan, who assets Mrs.. Whited ia niis bat were eatingbut the car native horses and after teavtax col-| game for a short time, bu 'ioatywas :
1 January 1. 1927. trouble in providing meat. the kitchen at Immokalee. Mrs the tournament of .'
to .a |Bay City walking I 1C*o s managed to get away be-I he accepted a -osttlOn a* Induced If take fharz, ref !the
feet. The last time the Browns KImmras keeps the men on the We expect our own horses
3900 lineal dredge' wa. used, while & Best were hi fore could fire at them. t a of a sang of later oa the construction work on the Sto nii
3700 the dredge well satisfied with the better showing in
1. Indians
January 1 February tractor and Adam's leading grader among they establish r- even a A., of Ute*. track Professional Ba!Jdjng at Tnioa a-
feet.February. a trading the brink cell en tfood which she prepares, Bameni S oa 5- ,wuruiuu 8 .*7
i lineal post oa very "
was used in the work of grading I C. and O Raftvomd Mat of sipcrvi njf 'JInl"i"r.; Thi !tn.
1 to March 1. 4100 lineal the Everglades and remained and too mnch. credit cannot,. 1e they did on the fourth. It
A Northwest ItfuiphyHendriclisBedding his native ctQr. WIthin
dragline was led \tug 1 is ODe of the finest oWn buildIngs -
.
feet. for seven years. It used to given Mrs. Bryan. who ahlf' !be added that the Immokalee I
placed in operation to strip the 1 months he bad wttcfctd aim; in Tampa. and i is si" ia-t
4 March 1 to April 1. 6300 lineal,, from eight to twelve days to I sist? Mrs. Whited in her Important Observed men are already training .
marl for the purpose of hard surface work. op to welting e -Later he !: world in re-'nttreed tonf. tl" con
feeL S the journey from this post to horses fir the event ea
.
with J C. end
Ins the highway CanwBftvr i s ractioni .
|
April 1 to'May 1. 'lie' lineal feet Fort Myers by ox-cart, but Mr. ne of Clyde Hen- day. and anyone entered I'
In the work on the road from marriage and Compeer Ia charge Fbllowiiijr hi
i i <
1 ; work at ho
Tampa
1d.y'l to June 1, 764S lineal feet. (Continued on page 3) CORKSCREW to Miss tllnrphy *- tournament from outside l 'I
IS Immokalee
June to July 1. 7121 lineal feet. Immokalee to Everglades a dnk of keen competition from railroad work is both!!, joined the Co!h>r organiza'irn j IP
I Marion three cubic yard floating Win also of Immokalee pext l and rock excavatiM in Vir ,sOuthern Flor
This makes a total distance,.since GOOD TOWN July mokalee horsesBea. I i d<4, and was plat''l 5
the time work was commenced of dredge is being used. It is being Church Building To Be w' a ev en. of Saturday. History Is 1 I and the Cumberland _081I In charge of the work at f'$r> .-

miles. As' followed by a Bay City skimmer II Bf<)u|. The ceremony was perfoC' ] I of east Teiinasj He was.1I i Pont. Whil1 tn- re he acr !; h-
nine tan itnp ?
S approximately which Erected at Immokalee Prosperous Little Community TTest : at Mulberry, Mr and Mrs The history of this : '!'r
scoop
be seen from the figures tha progress grades the wind rows : 'tJf Inunokalee The : this company fw three yean. f'd much, and when the old! ',hop-
Has Fine Immokarlc interesting I
thrown up by it. A Northwest -Hnl ta returning. to also at the eaeV .
during the past six months one i g of taat peri- j| at Port DuP n* were fa's rr"y"' I o-r
Truck Lands of a custom II
S has been much greater than during cable yard dragline is following Immokalee is loon to have anew .5day, July fifth.toa i j I II William outgrowth Brown who came tae a poeltiaa,wita Winston !I' fire ia DeCt'm,-*'T. 1926 he dtrct-
eighth
; the skimmer scoop and is being church he evening of July Company, engaged ia con- : rd
S the first part of the wotk. building which will Corkscrew. i section of Florida in UK | the cenfctirUoa work 01 thn
a prosperous -
'
used for grading the highway and replace the little a I habitants of the conitrncmp ; work for the Sew York i 4
C Other road work which is lx'lngi building destroyed by settlement situated fifteen &1 i few after his new shops. wiich arc among !h"
done at this time ia work on that railroad.tills or anywhere where the hurricane of September, 1926. west of Immokalee. has miles mp of Alexander RamseY ''be a inaugurated years the.custom Works In the Cat :I I most modern and best equ'r>rifl nJ
It is a poPula. the liend -
which from necessary to do light excava-. The Krr i hered ia front Of .
portion of road runs Missionary Baptist Church of tion of about and' Christmas dinners to J southern Florida He remt..iit..tltat
twenty '] lug
tionwork. families. bride
LaBell to lmm ltalee. beginning Immokalee has secured five acres Quite a bit of : home and the 'I He and Mrs remained oa this Job for four ; Port DuPont until February
trucking Is forie& .dians (
at the Collier and Hendry county Although the machine shop is I of land to be used as a cemetery; I Corkscrew done in gno() were requeued to step preparing aDd during that time had J927 when he WIi succeeded t by 1 i
and the
.. to commence
;; Ones and running to Immokalee a hot as large as the o eat Port Du- !but a portion of this land hag been I try As adjacent coun Then Stephen bUoY 0on ri weeks in advance. and of twelve steam shovels -W. Bristol Mr Wlllson w .
: yet. however. of the feast -
pont, It is there is
a 1.0 bh3 of employees
modern the
4 distance of approximately seven and welleqnlpped -t set aside for the erection of a new i ichurch used td come and [ sixteen nwa, At the end of transferred to Immokalse. wh
very good road 'Mrs.c.ts dians re
.5 miles. The work on this section shop employing six of I building_ "leading to Corkscrew ,,- e.n: .T presented Mr. and Brown home for a ys a* bad aa a ortaa1 -I be has fhiT e of the
constrartiun
of road U being done by P L. I Use-best mechanics which it is Masible It Is expected that work will be opened, although the country has Fm [: whIt.a valuable set of the -C !. Indians 1! go with fee Porto Rico Irre- : work wh'i t1 '-(,ing done i
before by Ale
Gaulding and ia progressing rapidly to obtain. All repaIr work np a good road this year 5er1 ? silver Following this th are I 1 .
started on the Service division
new building sometIme which Miami and ,all the { as engineer jand'r. Rarp ir and Kerr
The road at the present time for the entire Job fc done In this I in the fall.":: At present has not yet been graded. t''5 forcibly placed upon a journeyed to higher wage taaa he was re the course cf '. and in Jj
n. Corkscrew i past six
condition but will shop, and the people of have heeled which wasjtr' ritory mothttt J
Is In very good machinery in this church services are held in the .P16- t wagon of Christmas : from Wiastoa and om- if atof ir;,: ,'d
and shop is of the best vided a very good school comsany partake a great be Improved as time goes on When break school house for the b.y I& of the : be
and are fondacted by children Brown plat and,oa & so accepted this position. this local\ He is
work is done oa It. down on any part of the of the community whichat ITe-i and to the clanging ol bells.di honorwj anilreapected 1
more equIpment Dr F W. Nolle the in wa placed ia
Immokalee bustling activity charge of the :
,
all was oy his
R. R. Extension Being Added used on the actual work "pastor. the ptjient time. according to '1119, and the din of other f It suhnr H wt !,
occurs At the work
the of
present church has Mr Rob mediate vicinity oa the Patillo I&lid line the wboehearpi'!
The railroad extension which was the men and machines In the ', 1s better than the Oh ken the cart was drawnManhattan I ro-oi

; S leferred to earlier In this article is Jhop are ready |o set to work on ta:i eight membership" new members ot fifty, ,tw ut7i school at lnun kalee. There Is no to t-v Mercantile onarpair home Indians feast t ,p'esmwwere in which work two and one- jeration' of all the ii n ''n t*", > orga'nizatton -
been
the Ilalnes Division j the broken -having organized church were These eoasaraed ; and is confider) !
I aa extension of City part la an effort to haddedtn at CPtjkserevf where refreshments iat ns!
r the coarse of the past twotDonth. the [or many years, and completion W work in i work at Immokilee]
settlement 1 1lwS af
of the Atlantic Coast Line (Continued oa page 3) having the stth.tuaot err'5 the entire gathering [ wIlt i t-j com
Continued on page Rico, Mr. Wilson
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"_ _- a mission. < Mr. and Mrs. HeflSrfcks. ( accepted j Pieced by the spring ot b.28.
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the seed 'ft- Irnmokaleo: for on the twentj-8eT. -
Jones Company low, redman for Atr. Barrows is
NEWS Biographical ears. keeping books and s&-rlJlg enth day of November he.w1ll have"from Columbin South Carolina. iPLA.Y SAFE j I Polk County Citrus

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Sketches of 1 the flower seed trade At tire fnd been in the employ of the company ;

( of six the Jones : far six years. He ran the Jog camp t I Shipments on Large
T years
STEPHEN I' MALLORY [ lrid
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Published by Everglades Publishing Company ImmokitleeC.B.EYANS at for
pany mid out to a SeedEn-- Everglades a period of three Increase for Season
I Stepltm F: Mallory. who baa .
E. W. Russell, SecretaryTreasurer- ." pany, which kept Its months and later took..chargQ: the J ;
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I clIa.rJre- thE blackantith
at
; f shop
trains. which FatMrct" Find
and log position"'he- held
st -
so Mr. Beach entered ih"t >
r
Entered as secondcJass: matter August: 21, 923, aihe Post\ department\of the for two years. Then he was placed ; Immokalec was born in Brook1yo. Gt andlti' r A ci1pnoAE BARTOW. July 13-Nl'arly. t tin,'"
Imperiaftjsrniture
: c. n. Evans payroll clerk for In charge of raiIroa i New York In BiZ lIe worked in quart.t'r., or a TnIICI! bexi51 'I ,

Office a t Evergldaes, Florida, under the Act of March\ 3. 18791 Alexander, Ramsay and Kerr, at.Immokalee. eat table Company.factory which is t1i-%.107. gangs. maintenance;I all the big shops in New Yon. and I fuIT" citru'o frut: w< rc h:1ndl: II i : ,

is a native of Florida.He in the wJ& When he ;then decided to traveL and In tile r ycar liii- 'Hlrb t'h Polk COUl\, \

wa$ born near the Suwanee River remained here until the T eame to Immokalee one: course of the next few years took ins S< first
of the tasks
States to which he set
SUBSCRIPTION RATES in Suwanee County. and rf"Ceiv-" entered the War .1 in thirty-five states xvsiirss..IIJIGING ;; '!h'ppinj{ period. at "r ; ?
when be himself was the tearing down and i DISTANCE.EL&XAI'oR .
entered the a
:Dne:> Month . . . . ... .. ... . .,...4. . .. ..30flnee ed his -early education In the second class seaman on a na naj a-ifte> moving of the 1I8w-mi1L lIe tore I, At the end of that time he journey !' DOORS.b"TUIt to uiguree; .onnouncNl at the an .ia'
schools of Hlllsborough He S Central and meeting of th-J sub-excbangp''o
county to America
Months\ . . .o... . .. . .... . _.75 New YorJ range. I the mill down and moved It a dis-'' LAXTS. aociatloio Thin ,. ; 0
later went to where be while there he worked on the p lI2.-1 manssre. ; ;
Six Month\ ........ .i .-. ." _.. ..0..... .. . . 1..20 entered Eastman's Business Coliege After being stationed f..r !!b rt lance of eleven miles. Then he supervised -f ma 0an.a1 for two years. When hO YOU WILL .eve kbew how 496.2Mbox''S Wire halllllcd" irrOng :0

One Year . . .j_.. eo'; u : .. ... .. ._....$2.00Vtu at Poughkeepsie. Following time at several rifle ranjea In the building of the :Marion i' returned to the United States. he I much grief there ill IB an macmettOiial $5.46.l3797) to the vir.eooesclationi.
the
this hework for several years In a different parts of the conniry.lie i dredge parts of which were commenced work WIth the florida old fireplug until Toe butt > compared with 1. -
[ was sent to the Great Lakes raiDing brought to Immokalee On a train ODe Jaead-on.
-i: : ,; !Dly; 1gip2t: : I general merchandise store.,starting Station as a machine in- composed of more than twenty flat i lEast Coast Rakh-oa4 aDd tben went J 000 last "ear.

as delivery boy and winding up as g "ito Key WeaL ell was in Key West 1 FOR
I Strudor. with a rating of CilP-f .ear& He laid the first railroad QUICK ltton III uaerpDct --
) COMMUNITY-, SPIRIT. I office manager. Later he held a Gunners ltIate. He track and did the first grading I when the war started. and then he S _. keep right bide pour phone
in
:position as bookkeeper: for: a large was p1 tI went to the Norfolk Navy Yard and in full view, tile m.. phone
At pruent Iinmokalee, appears to be a small, quiet town corporation, and after charge of sixteen Instructo and that was ever dO:1e at ImmOkalee. 11r Malloy has worked on sever- t numbers and adrepe. of the 666Is

with a )VonderfuLpast but not a great future. -, At least, that is leaving this corporation he enter- the gun which was used In hi york Mr.Samuel and :&In. Samuel Thompson ,al big jobs. He worked die fIrat I three phys1c1oc<
the impression :which .tb .casual observer_ would gain on his ed the Tampa branch office of the on was aircraft the :Marlin machine Near gu used dint of Immokalee Thompson has an charge old resi-of tunnel that went under the Est j year horne.I S

first visii to this comJJU1n ty. But first appearances arc some- ErJ1eh :ManufacturIng Company. of-\hf war he only.was made th close the te1epho exchange at Immo.hake. I River from Long bland to New IT HAS BEEN my experience to a Prescription for

times dccciving and in this case that statement is itue.linmokalee He was'told upon entering the having passed hb ex&minat an 'sign and the maintenance of all YorkClt: qd' after this be dr0p-I find Usa flIafly mon are exceedingly !Uabria. Chills and Fever.Iknut .
has told that it office that he was to have a trial 11- that pod his trade for a few years. But poor Judges .of iaallee. Many
a great future. In fact we are Returning to Grand at lines in vicinity. When he .
of one week, since the Tampa Re1 s he Is o devot.d te hits work that a caR lass been woe 0 lost be- or Bilious Fever
is the rand of four p's and Promise. the dose of the first came to Immokalee therewas
: pines ponds palmettos branch had been having trouble war he Spl! t two when he heard aboat the We job I I e&U8e a wUn boneaUy did not It .UI Ihc J"f'rms.

And Immokalce certainly bas promise of a great future. The finding a man who could. qualify years as district manager f the only one rusty wire running which Alexaader. Ramsey and know the difference between fifty

fine lands the excellent be had in Lake Tuf- "Grand Rapids Evening Pre .,and through the woods from the town i feet aDd twenty feet.
farming fishing ta for the position bec use of the fact Kerr are 00_ at lmmokalee be '.,.

ford and thc goo4 roads which::lead -into the town will all combine that a where
he
to make: it in ).few years a bustling little city. These are all materials wed In every line of CIieago IA the. and received paltimi UTi..... w. t ,.1rM tn h'.n" ......._ lIe r5sived work at Immoblee. sought to add tuipreesSeensee to hOe

aU great things which help to. make any rural community good .the business must be sent to the of coat the Western nroonrt-"!" n: tiepaitment thing :; seth; -seemed -suitable.' aDd say, "I lpe! to remain here I ttory by tlUll6t1DC that be' was
I tric
office Nw York. But the : ,to this j job it picked up brwo .uadNd dIU
main In gee! eompleted. as i
or bad But the thing in community, large or and moat of the ofcommission.
greatest any one Company. At the end of tw 3ears time wasout I i iII after the accl4enL" Ttae covet
trial period of week gradually certainly a big undertaking.:
small, is public spirit onthe_ part of its cirizens--comJIlnnity lengthened Into when he moved to Tampa, Florida Thb was the- only' was InereduiolI but the PAflo-
eleven"yeaI8..
spirit. And this the citizens of Immokalee possess in abnnd.1nce. ; lIe entered the employ f the means of communication the pee- man stuck to his story manfully.
the Erlich Company
Manufacturing :N. NELSON
T.bere is not n .inhabitant of Immokalct'- who. i is pessi- closed their Tampa factory.Mr. Temple Terrace company: opa 'fa pie of Immokalee had with. the MODERN BLEVA."I'OR'

mistic concerning the futqte all the men and women in that city Evans then @n1ered the em- and gained ninth vales' a e' outside world. -' U. N. Nelson was bon In New Ie aoDIICaDcb adding conitruction -

perienme In accounting, Today however, due to the efficient Berne, North Carolina and lived PORT MYE: S. rI. ,HIlU.
an automatic
enthusiastically of the It is opec- safety de- But
speak : big things to rome. not just ploy of the Wholes Auto Supply there until .
costa In their acted work of Mr. Thompson 1503-whesa be became a some of the oJd-tl1lMlW '--- -
ating I are wilt
many
talk cithct for and child is his House of Tampa as traveling salesman -
man. woman putting
every .perationa. lIe 11150 collet: data Immokalee possesses one of the I sailor on a freight teasel running pretty risky propittons. .5 abaft j

shoa1dcfothe wheel and is co- perating anddoing everything and be found itnecessary to of all kinds for the GenerploraUon Es- finest telephone exchanges in this between North Carolina and Mtiladelphia. door necUgenU left oe Ia a 11

possible t 'il1kc ImmoUlee.a thriving. and prosperous community cover a large part of southern Flor- Company a New York section of the country. A land- I .. Tiring of the water, he death-trap.. and the same go loran PwiectionEverytbiag
Property
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ida in hIs work. He held thIs pos switchboard and cir- came to Florida and attempt to. enter or leave a rafter
syndicate! composed of era copper helped put
ugII&tHecksker.
The tx'ople of Imiapkalee< arc .to be congratulated on having tion for two years and in August. M. 11. Lewis an other cult, with a fIns cross arm line 1 In bridges fqr the AtlaJItic Coast It hu once darted to move. ]
1'i the Barron G. Collier
joined '
SUc.b: fine community spitit. It is a spirit which wIll get at Everglades. ,men ot such caliber who wlr& carrying siX wires. connects 'Tinmokalee Line Railroad between Punts Gerda HOST PEOPLE think that It Is you need In
organization backing Terraces that with LaBelle and other and Fort Myers. When dais eel; the really I1IDked driver who
which much for the future and which Temple
tbinglone. promises it lie was first with the Florida d&Dcerous. tile way of prorM'rty ""ur.
surr&ttndh' cities and permits work was completed. he went to Ute J Ita Phy.icl&i, bow-

wonIe well for the citizens of many larger citiesto_ fonow and Railroad and Navigation Corpora- time.After three with hi anyOft to get In touch with Tiger Bay Mining Company aDd I.,ever have demonstrated by COfl- ale we can give yow-wUh
Tmmlee's citizens truly have a right to that their! town is tlon but was later transferred to years I cornpans' crete examples that a driver who
say he removed to ..FollCity, practically any part of the, out- did general carpenter work for a aisivuim' or expense and

"tbe llittle town in southwest FIorid.1." Manhattan the purchasing Mercantile department of the Florida where be wai.iJI eere-! siiyorId.; There is not a house that organisatisA f-er.a period Of ,Is III even net as slightly relJablo etfectea as 'ono by who alcohol Is a .axi.um of proffdiOll.
Corporation. I.
tary-treasurer of the Po! City in niokalee which does not have four years. not. ID making theee tests. they
lie with the Florida Railroad
founded five years ago continues was for Mortgaking and Finance ( fpora-I Us telephone and this little town Then he 10lned te forces of !be I have experimented with otheratIsmlstte I It wW e..t you nothl1t to

BUSINESS SITtJAT1O tei make a good prcjit, At the and Navigation'C9rporaUon a Lion While serving In tnii paciI I has better 'phone service than Pierce PhoJphate Cospeny and and found tJIat even I
period of month bt".t remained I 1 11M consult on about 18sur.
one excessive use of tea sod your
many much In size. coffee
towns larger drat
present LIme 101r. Jofiniton is con- 11'. 'be also served as secjetarytreasoger drove the wI which was ever ,
wlthr the Manhattan :Mercantile win aJreet seine drivers to
such an .....
templathg the erection of seveial of the nayn oVa! Horn Mr. Thompson is an5experiene-driven in any: of tbstr mines. He extent that their control I' lUKe

AT IMMOKALEE{ IS GOOD hew residencelJ. from the profits ,of .August.Corporation 1926.for he two,was years.transferred! In Company secretary-tl'eisuer of ed telephone man.. lie installed .'I rema.1Ded wttb this company until car bcoin illlucurate sad or the a 1

his 8tor.o from the Manhat1aJ Mercantile the Folk City Country Cl .. and the present Arcadia exchange, he his work %vaafbhed. aDd Shea menace ROt only to them8eh hat C. M. COLLIER (1 CO.
:Manhattan h Newest city treasurer and tax clector.l put the lines through to Everglades went to the AgtOl1ar mine which Jo other motoI'II I

-- The store of the Manhattan Mercantile Corporation at Everglades to the With the end of the Florid ,teem and has done 'much: t le- Was being bum byibe Swift P.ek- :Many thne these dI1ven sjvcky

BlVn, Johnston and Corporation is the latest oGlee of Alexander where Ramsay and be resigned after lees taaj t year phone work In all parts of the lag Company. He IIIter aened: as 1, u4 have 1&0 acel4eDta nea Everglades, Fla. r
Kerr, at Immokalee he has though tby 1te highly
inns vader 'I
addition to Immokalee.s group of of strenuous work. I State. lIe Is Intensely interested walking boss in thIs5 anise, IUId i
Ute Infloende or
their :
\ Stores remained ever since JJ\II'UeuIar\
l\1anhattanl; business estab1ishmen ..lfhla store HERBERT F. EARLE Mr. Beach then returned Tampa. in this line of work and Is con- from there went bMk to his 11&tie _'rug. This fact ..vee rille 10 a'lov _,_(J

Trade was established two years ago, and where he opened a inns j shop stantly on the watch for improve- state when he remaed fee sense! of aeeuWtywblck sashes' --
Fink Herbert F Eai'1 who is assis-
= from a very small beginning has which he operated until p busi- meats which might be added to a time.ketul'11ing. Ui. situation evon :oaoce dasgerov&BobboWelI 1
\ tant te G. C. Wilson at Immoka- the dervice. The GrayStOIW \
developed trade which amounts ness conditions made it I rofit- S
k remarkabh whpt one lee and is field engineer In direct -Mtsi! : Thompson also takes an to Florida after apmd-
anywhere from seventy-five able. lie then dosed :the a 'p.ud'j SS ,
paucs to eonsae! Ituatlon. charge of aU engineering work for number of in North
hundred active Interest In the affairs of tag a years .
thousand lexander.
to thousand ined the organization of
one Hotel
that in a town t\!\" Immoka- Alexander Ramsay and Kerr In the eommunity In addillon to CaroUn, he spent emne time m"tbe In
L.ead
dollars a year This store ,handles Ramsay and Kerr at I xaka. on l11rst
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lee..with a pupui ; bout five that vicinity was born at Moores doing her housework <'YhIch. so majority ef towns iB tM IIOO1hwa

hundrid Inhabl 1I1t e general traiIee supplle' of every description, and In New York on September .1S, 188%. lee. all housewives .lnfonn ns, lsno{portion cT'the State and fl4 Round at Sf. MidyANDREr8 5' Modem Conveniences!
With practically
!!lOms should et ;"t. l r which the Immokalee district.everyone After completing his education heI mean ,job.) she 18 1'OStmlstieSS1 came to ImmoQ1ee.VI\tII"O h. :...::.:. Service C4fortHENDRY
es- A CARSON .
dot a good bu: H three I entered the employ, oftbe'StMe of S for imolcalee and is, according general eatpfllter 1II'erk. And IIJ"j S 8T STREET
,
., ... tablishment carries select Thf oeer.les. A. Ca.son. 'Who-hag 1ivec m- < 1tdT.1:'_,
Immok be- Massachusetts and was'5engaged the cording to G. a. Wilson. Mr. r,0 -----
'.' meats, aM toodatu1fs also ukte permanently for t tt. ith7irl to tite Inhabitants or the town 8I tnnJ ... ----

I toiat: .In;.. f'i. : C. oe.Tstes wAraBune I ." hich. in railroadS 'e9 Uo ffbtJ ... .... ., most ffrielt postmi rest: ofpoztatastet son i, 050 of the best ear ( .. .tf'Jt7 .. .....t. .... } Fort Myem'S
.tW
o' ag'h4'e'Gas .
D ? fol' li-e 1faft. 5first5 '
whithimb eM
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dcJ81rtJg.'buid. r la. he was rn e *mmuntti&! ; OtSOdD(4 'ftt&d '-
b7 III
cor"'rrlnl'" j" The Ma hatUn. store IL rpn Jy year chief of part*"111 the eonstrut- County, on January t. l' bitt ever had. And w1ien ere--'Is. .. '- IJ!k ronond' fS -_ -, S 1"- '

The Brown store Is p/naps he Mr. and 'Mia. Clyde Down who lion of the foundatlo ::101' the when very young made I first nothing else to be ,donelrs;" championship Gr.at

ldeat general store in fiiT; viein by their energy and good judg- Hudson Terminal Building in New trip to Immokalee. Then. ) Thompson helps out In the store Bobby JQft. defendlft5t Jewelry CompalM

*3'. 1\ haviolr belonged Ji the late meat have done much toward build- York City. After completing his til the time wen! he deeM :octto of4tse Manhattan Mercantile Curpoatlon. Ii Faille Bag champion Is well out III float

William Bown:, who v4 4 the first lug up a successful trade, and have work here he- was made assistant at Immokalee p1 S ?;:;: -_-:; .t I with 68 equalIng the reeord on

whIte man to trade jr..l! the In- endeared themselvell to the.. entire enginter In charge 9f the electric quent trips to the town. the historic course.. :.,

diana in tnia section. 'the Brown : eommunlty. Mr. ant1 Mrs. Down railway cosstruction on Long Island In the course oi his long .f f( e D. W. BARROW$ Len Natttefold AWltraUan

store carries 8 very !8AU tock of I are at present away on a vacation New York. He was engaged has been a cattleman. "th S D. W. Barrows resident engineer amateur had 71 and Joe Jtttk.

buslnesa and in their absence the store Is in thIs work a year.o and the en- wood of Albany Ga.. was leading .
goods, bu does a gOtid sized Ilter's guide and agrie4aIre r r- the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- Optometrist and Manufadur.iDe

and (the turn 0on the stock being run by W. H. Bennet. The tered the employ of MeArthur has handled stock and r4i< l road at Immokalee was born in professional at Ute stage Optician

is:. :f.Jh'ly rapid.Johnston establishment employs three clerks Brothers and Wlnstou' and Company. his life and he has lived a Stowe. 'Ver-mont tn the year i 02. With 11Five

CarrIe Large Stock and at the present time Mrs. Samuel engaged in the coustfltionor frontier life He is more niill; : I He graduated turn; the University DritJsh'pnrf.Jonal Eyes Tested and GlasitesScieritiuically

'rlu' Johnston tJh uSE ail Inter.ettng Thompson postmistress (the the Ashokan Reservoir' In the with the country around Immokfie ;;I of Vermont as a civIl engineer in tied at 74. Other American ; Fitted

story behiJ'd It }lr. John- post office Is imIpediately adjacent I Ito Catskill mouutaIns. This reser- and the northern sedlon of C(1fr! 19f. and immediately entered the players were Jim Barnes with

sn came to ImnJlkalee five years the store) at Immo1calee. assists [v ir' is ha source of the water sup- county than any living man.. I employ of the Atlantic roast Line 76 and Larry Nahhottx with When in Doubt About YUrE :

ago as a pros elO! 'ooking for hen lb. post office does not occupy ply for Ne-w York City. He work- ':?Ir. Carson has always take! at florence South Carolina. He 71. 1- ; s-See Va

soDn'thing to ,i, lIe rented aPIECe her time.Comella ed on thIs projf* three years. active: interest in the affairs 0fth remained there for blue montbs Walter Reueit .fCela 1-1_
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of land ..nd cultivated a and then joIned the forces of ire County and bas been parUcu]ri! and was transferred to Bonus Flsyida. tech 78 C.... the The Old Reliable House

of which he later Boston and. Maine, Railr ad. remaining Interested in and tint renlud.
small patch Deans Park Being more better r4 Springs Florida slightly more DIAMONDS WATCEHSJEWELRY

plarkted 3' a fairly good profIt with this company for a He served as county comuiissia than a year, and then was sent to -

With th, money which he Ixtensive1y? Developed period ot ten years.. While in the from Juy, 1933 until Janu4 81. Petersburg. After remaining WINS
n.
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P.
gained from this ent rprise, he employ of this company hQ was In lU He drew up and circulatdf$ there for two months he was again GA1NESVIu: W. AWARD Sheriffs- --Offce--: -- '

rented a rnD( in the Carson hotel The Comella Park .dbdttlsion at the dertmeut on Maintenance of petition for the road which L(). transferred thIs time to Sarasota.He July U.'fteanDual

and start..d a small grocery bust- Immokalee, whIch is owned by the Way an4 ValuaUo.n. roDS along the Hendry and CiIcmty < was In Sarasota for six: months award of the Florida Faderatlon Everglades Fla.
of June '27
neSS T"" small bualneSs! how- Comella Park Corporation Is be- After leaving the .Boston and : ; lIne, and has been I i'r, working on the Fort Ogden extel- WomeR' Globe for gagd-1 Pursuant 22, 1

evet. .JJl .!.' money and Mr. John- Lug develo d. and will be one of Maine Railroad !Ir. Earle traveled mental in bringing about xaiJcimprovemeta slots and then be was sent to Im- ening and canning work for lS I issued tn an order o of oxtion J-
out of the Court
was woe by M1w County
Arcadia Florida. where for Dorothy JODes/drl
to
stun purchased soma lets on which the finEst residential sections 1& the rommuw mokalec.II .
Newberry it has of Lee COUnty on the 2mh day of
he built houses with the money about Jmmokalee. It Is near the one year he wa$ ass1tant engineer S -: has two assistants m. his 1, been anaouJlf
LaBelle GIl street and sewer' construction A d'eddedlY dJferelt.t esvelopbag I here. The award Is ODe of tile May, 1921. whereIn J. D Wa'lhrb
wkh I Jt. businWs eirnd.Ile4v niallJ highway to and Fort 31. ROBERrSR. work. W. F"Johnson transitman

{ raged grocery about two Louses ave :Myers, and ,.et Is far enough from for that cominuuity. Roberts. who first csmImnoka1ee I does an field work. Mr. Johnson I Is deep fashioned,prnet of corded tam aUk In I J highest In the slate and is gy Plaintiff and J. L. Montgom..ryil
and rose. The faeten'S yearly to the club ] Defendant I have levied upon
It 1& illterestiug te note in the highway to be secluded. It Then for a perIod' 61 two years In 19U. was born. Is native G hi. Fal- 'S tag Is of etched zlaes. that girt ozeefligg is_ Chevrolet
work. one touring 1'1.1))
thileonnen Qla.t Mr. Johnston b also convenient to the new he was construction as&ista.l engineer at! Dora on Field.army DeSOto County cn Februaryg: : :: :: .: J S.t Model and will cell at car the front
camp -- -- -
books of kind school building and the Manhattan 1884. When he
d"elS not9t any came to 1nmJc
lKfi.L; AND door of tI.t' Court House of Collier
the outskirts of Arcadia and at .HIS FRIENDS
l.nL4JiattAUs WjHthe or not )JercanUJ Co1'JOraUon. oa lee thirteen years ago Uler __ By B10j .
Abraham Euaus Lee halt f S .J _-- -.... __ __ ___ h_ County, at Evrrglacks. Fl.. be.tween
camp -i
hl\tL tias beea successful only at' eight I -5i'i4iWlt -
VIrginia. 01" families ;}100t1 IT '5L5.R71t. 1 SA.cNJ'EM .1 ;p.lA-s P7UCc 17'TJ'itNR the hours of eleven and two
IaUU1 of whieb ELOPERS 16 AND 45 CiUGHTMARSEILLES
by bul1tlings here. but; since that
I The1\or a period of one year he time r4Y/osr 'mJS PfTrAUR op M.YUNCLG W.li.t Ct.EAXS paay? ( on the twrnty-fUth day of July
the of ,
!" 'b.rected In courSE> a July n.-Jacque o growth In population dt .
AL1 .
tl Cu.M'S POJoN, 1927. for ca3b.
\ ia '1'0 date Mr. Johnston hasudtflve Vatrise. aged 49. has been atTesteJ was rqident engineer for the Seaboard fee'has been remarkable.ir. '7A6S" POlYP DO/oYl" S 'yhS) Il-L LOog. W. & MAYNARD.
Airline RaIlway in florida
residences, a garage and at Paris with a l6-yearld girl ,
RQber
boQght -n
1.1;> eie4cltyu.a LQOft:: A.J.H'1'AIN.t.t& : A7I'S Sheriff Collier Fla.
modern store building with apart- with whom he had eloped.UEDG&.CUPPL1IiG. and after: leaving ilis company:: S %._ County,
a the Alexander grove in the vinr.'v: oiIimokalee 1! \.. \ 1'At$'! .s.f \\ AIIP4rAMC -23-30.. 1-7-14-21-
organization..of
joined -
It in this st01"8touiiiiug
ad. j
o\'erb l-
intt-s! soon after loca', ,
ter! .
: c S 3Y'Th&.AL3 -- --- --- -----
and Kerr at Iminoka- %
situated across from the Ramsay 1.
and ke describes
hic """cu'oiOah i Ji l.6f IN TilE f'lKl'ltlT nl'aT; OF THE
.
Cajon botel. that hw pre"ent store The Sadet has now forbidden theInportaton lee. citrus grower and c-;;': r.-e. .4 : \ \ 'fWEI.J'Ttf;. I'UII'UJ, (lRC.Tf
,
is cated.r. t .of wety-razol' blades S. _. wyE : : 01" FloRIDA J'" xp 105OJSJ.IEVL
The grove which h" Johnston carries a stock l to' R ssta. We hear that Au'tn-: 4-... I :..
F. 1\1.\ BEACH slightly over thlTtyfjand > 11 ,
'a-
wblb he values at ,IX thousand erplain British finn has sent a 5F. y Beach accountant for i. one of the finest 55 &ft --' S aIIXNIirOLi: ;. Jln..Iby )
; hI
nn" r 1'1,1'0.1' cii flat;; )
doliars. Ho docs a very good shipload of garden hea.ra Instead. Alexander, P.amsay md Kerr, 'atImmokalee. Collier t5nty.A5late 1""i1 fri'.nd, 1;;. .1. iOiE I
basta'.... and the store which he, -LQn -- has had a avrled exper. as 1914.. M. E- \ I

was born J.n Parbbvllle New says the only means iftation 'rar.';) I JULES W. IOUV"X.\XT: )

knee 1n the accounting line. HeY which the peopl, .,< inhales :: 2i No---r..r..ndHlL ,

f\ :rk. a little ton situated near possessed was hy : ca .,. In C""n.rry,
the Canadian border, on DecetD- and wagon. In fact. ull .911 J TO THE; Dro.f\T SIgOSEINJt1t :;
U1'tE !;::; W. .JOe-\.F..AXT.: who r'-
her 12. 1388. Durintt the first iso-other conTeyance iat4 ,.,
<: nw sid t 1815! Hr' ;tt1"av cr: 't .ln U
year of his life the family moved popular use Renc frul rin1waa I City of New x',rk HisS. et :'I w
Yen'
to New York City, but remained not 4.
/ very lucrative .DCP You are hereby: notlie.I 1 "at ".sOilS
for only a short time aDd during fruit had to be hauled tr. of ('omph"r. tas. 1)0-.." 'ildrhis ,

the same year moved to- Detrot.fiehlgan. era by oxen. Later it Wj; ,o'O hiltj: i > Court on against Lt" ro.wlnt yuu,: to :for-eIoSP i.arl-,! 11 Snorigag

} tiers Mr. B ach's by motor trucks and fi-. ]Y 11\\ ,,,".1 In Collier County, Florida. 1'>-

father was engaged III the restan- 19Z the Atlantic wit:
COast ru i )
Line r..c.t One HundT' d and Side
t"S rant business but. after one year Its tracks Into Immoka1e. tutU 'ltA'rA posJAwL.AJAS (1545 of i-'iLOedfl' of t-'I-
in Detroit the family moved- 1926. however there S Farms No. :; of tJ"" Naples GroHS
1ra yo1I aid Trud; ccmrY. a3 abecci.piat (m
this time to Grand Rapids. MIchigun. train a week; now there t\tV on iie, "r I-t'orde4 ;Sc IC.'

trains a day.MaU are ; 1--...du of C.r"i, r '"nnt}', Fl-tic. ,
In fiat! J tO'SOS I 5. 'In paJp 7. "I
Mr5 Beach: graduated from the service at ITnflikaiee S f '' lot ontar.mg: '<.n 1'J) aTe. 'n'Jr..
Muskegon High Schooliat yu.Jte-- comparatively S _- r, ,,,!.
I recent ino"a-o And(1): at.tre-' by dir ct"J t') ,1"
Muskegon Is
a
I city gou. situated Michigan very(near Grand P..a'I' vice UntIl at 1916 Jmmoka.J there was no .ail 'e flA4AM (end'cc: :rl'br;' (!; T ';J i c ation te1"i ; at 'l.-:, :;!;

at aiL he ii -iP" ? .t ,,, ,-. Flnr.dA. .
in 151i. and immediately acVegjade: "n.r! : ('on1'
pids .',-
,
ll pIe haTing to EO to L..BDr ti on GT btr( -" ;u'" :: th i.s, J
after his graduation commenced to their mail biit in St. 1). it'7.:! okc' B 11 of "Jm" ',:
v 'I'earn his lMng by reading meters 1t :!ta will t..,. taken as'freed I' ,....
i mall aenke was e.' j"h, a 1 ; o.1. It IS fuIpr! kTf'oi that ,0"
_7f' r ', p *yj jj for the Grand Rapids and lIaske- / / or
:or
______ -4. r i Immoblee. "And.j: :>' / !h;: order l-e l.ntlifl1.j, ,.r", ".
Power Attn six Ro Week for '
gnu Company. -:1 four (I) runscil'-- .
S----- I [ weand up by : rior .,
monU\s with this Company! he en- s&7n .'eJ'(' habedn to the rl'urn day Cc--- ,

tered the employ of the Lewis Dee-i a wonderful imprO\ III"tmmoTtalee ; rE:=0P 'f'1I', : ;e :: V I '; "
In the .
tile Company where he remained > COUrH cf ti1 ;,;t5at S
five
past
for about a )1u.! At the end oJ : yean. ".1'rxFxen C >:

this time h. decided to take p6okkeeptng. CLYDE .. Whai.10 ,.: :: Sitso 5 :
i. :
flENDR15 -

: ,, ,.o--i! and UllOagiadll&tIng so entered a busi- C1yde Hendricks 1.... Pol'1 ::1 5ad0.ill,. Pc-5 f ::1f Er : .. f r C ;
college- eldest ( -
ne"ss. employee of
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kern WI college .be worked in a C (!n-:.\L;
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TTTO --- -- -- rII:: _. .: i .---... jf LLIER comiTY NEWS _.c; __--'- Thnrciitv. ._. July 14., 1927 ;
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the Jones Seed Company for !Ix Immokalee, for on the twentyseventh 'low, rodman for Mr Barrows 19
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III COLLJERf'GOUNTY NEWS Biographical years keeping books and rcsg day of November he.will have from ColumbIa South Carolina.STEPHEN PLAYSAFE I Polk County CitrusShipments

II' Sketches ofImmokalee 1 the flower seed trade. At tfe* t1d! been in the employ of the companyfor ; on Large

of six years the Jones See41Cpany six years He ran the log camp !I F. MALLORY wiU I,
Published by Eyerglades Publishing CompanyIL -i at Everglades for a period of three Increase for Season
sold out to a large : : FRED'\JOIINSON!
months, and later took charge of the I Stephen F. Mallory, who bas
W. RU&llSCctaryrTrtasurr;; which kept its ,
: ow4-
: : pany charge of the blacksmith shop at
WhIch
.. and Mr. Beach entereddepartmenti I log trains. position he held BAI TO'-. July! J 3 Nearl;
so t three
Entered as second-class matter August 24 1923 C. B. EVANS for two years. Then he ; Imirokmtee was born in Brooklyn, t
at Pos was placedin
; the \ : .
llf ilHoT
of the Imperial B quarU; box.nore
_ New
C. B. Evans pay-roll clerk for 'f charge of railroad maintenance ; York in 172. lIe worked in : "fil
'
_ Office a t Evergldaes Florida, under the Act March 3,1879 Alexander> Ramsay and Kerr at niture' Company. which is: the.ij"st gangs I all the big shops in New York. and, ...., I if citrt, : rtj f wore huodJ.-j! ,j ,hi,*
est table factory in the t'r! "Jgl 'he Polk TOUT"'
year Citrus
r of ; then decided to travel and in the \ t-
Immokalee is a native Florida. When he came to Immokalee 11fI. .
one Sub t: .' hj'i than .
remained until fnr
here th
:
of the few tookin ge th-
He was born near the Suwanee River first course next years
of the tasks
i to which he
SUBSCRIPTION RATES States !set PJtOSEmfBEBS.. <' ., ;
Suwanee and i entered the Worb; thirty-five states oreTj u -1'Pi'in, period ac"pluv.to I .-
'I. in County receiv- himself was the tearing down and I' JUDGING PI ?TASCE.

Dne: Month . . . . .. . . ..... . .- .30 ed his early education in the i second when he class entered the n! e.:'Ie a I moving of the saw-mill. He tora At the end of that time he jour- ELEVATOR -DOOBS.SIUICLAVTS. meeting figur.nounced of; i ti io' sub-exchang at the annual'-,
r seaman on a neyed to Central America. and a;<-
three Months\ . ; .,....... ., . . : . ,75 later schools vent of Hllisborough to New York county.,--where He he! I range. Y' the mill down and moved it a distance while there he worked on the Panama I sociation tninatcra This >"<'" r496480box _

Six Months\ ...;. ,.* . .o'.4.., . . . . 1.20 !entered Eastman's Business College After being stationed : of eleven the miles. Then he anpervised I Canal for two years. When be I YOU WILL sever kaow. bow .', were handled, brine.

One Year . :. .:t..... ..?) .-; .,. . ... . .......$2.00 at Poughkeepaie. Following time at several rifle ranges in : the building of the Marion returned to the United States., be much grief there i. t* MI unemotional tag $;>.46M:;7.97 *o thear" "j,
dredge, of which
different coufSrv parts were J old fireplug until you butt ociationf ,. _
this he work for several years la a 'I parts of the y,1Je I commenced work with the Florida AX < compared with 1.7 >

ThursdYJu:1y; 14,1927COMMUNITY general merchandise store, starting was sent to the Great Lake'ais-. brought composed to of Immo more than lee on twenty a train flat!East Coast Railroad sad then went:! one head-on. 000 last year.
Station
-
tag
as machine '
a
as delivery boy and -winding up as ..cars. He laid the first railroad I to Key West eH was In Key West : FOR QUICK action to emergencies

-,) SPIRIT office manager. Later he held a ", with a rating Illlstruetor. track and did the first grading when the war started and then he : keep right-bMM. ,MMr phone

position as bookkeeper for a large Gunners Mate He was p went to the Nprf oik Navy Yard. and in full view, tttf name, phone
-- At present Immokalee appurs to be a small. quiet town. hardware corporation, and after 'charge of sixteen Instruct S, and that was ever done at Immokalee. I Mr. Malloy bas worked on several -:I numbers and adtfrcafcea of the 666

with a wonderful.past but not a great future. At least. that is leaving this corporation he enter- the gun which was used in 4 "Ylrk I Mr.Samuel and Mrs. Samuel Thompson old big jobs. He worked the first three physicians foe*'VI nearest
Thompson an resident home.
the impression "which the .q _observer. would gain on his ed the Tampa branch- office of the was the Marlin machine gt4 t, std of Immokalee, has charge of tunnel that west under the East 'I your

first visit? to this community. But first appearances are some- Erlich :Manufacturing Company: of on the aircraft h only Near th*; close i the telephone exchange at Immo- t River from Long Island to New IT HAS BEEN ray experience to is a Pre ('rlpd9n IDrMaJar
war was made asign j'
times deceiving, and in this case that statement is true. He was told upon entering the baying passed his exanun an & kalee, and the maintenance of all York'Cityv and after taw he drop find that nuuty mea era rCteding-; 3. chins and Fe' cr
office that he was to have a trial ped his trade for& few years. Bathe \r poor Judges *t dtataaee. Many
Immokalee has future. In fact we art told that it lines in that vicinity When he
great Returning Grand Bilious Fever
to Raith at Dengue
baa been lost be- or
of week. since the Tampa is so devoted to his work that case wan or :
is the of four p's pines. .ponds. palmettos and Promise. one the dose of the first came to Immokalee, there I' witness did .
land branch had been having trouble war, he sp'it two when he heard about the big job cana* & hafcctOy trot It kills the Ff'Tms.I :

And Immokalee certainly has promise of a great future. The finaing a man who could qualifyfor years as district manager fr ISIC"Grand was only one rusty wire running which Alexander. Ramsay and know the difference been fifty

fine farming lands the excellent fishing to be had in Lake Traf- the position because of the fact Rapids Evening Preaal through the woods from the townto Kerr are doutg at Immokalee be I feet and twenty feet. .

ford, and the goo4 roads which lead into the town will all com- that a daily and weekly report of at the end of this time sint toCh one Fort telephone Myers in and the there district.was only The decided to take up his work again. I.I.IN ANOTHER case a plaintiff

bine to make it. in a.few years a bustling little city. These are all materials used in every line of eago. where be received wire was tacked to trees and lIe revived work at Immokalee, sought to add Imprartveiiexs to his

-- all things which help to make any rural community goodor the business must be sent to the tion in the cost and protluctli depariment seemed any- and say;?. "I bapo to remain here Glory by iaafcttnff that be was DRY CLEANING-
great thing else that suitable, '
of the picked
Western C up by "Two kos4r d then
main office In New York. But the to see this jot completed as it j jI
bad. But the greatest thing in any community large or Company. At the end of t rs and most of the time was out of after the accident.!' The court

small is public spirit on the part of its citizens-community ; trial period of one week gradually he moved to Tampa, Flo1'1d jl'Ctr commission. This was the only I certainly a big undertaking"IL'N. I was incredulous but the genUe-

_ spirit. And this the citizens.of Immokalee possess in abundance j lengthened into eleven years, when He entered the employ f means of communication the people man stuck to Ida story manfully. CLEVELAND AVL
the Erlich
Manufacturing Company NELSON I
FOR DFL I
Vf/
of Immokalee had with the ftD
There is not ""m inhabitant of Immokaleewho is pessimistic -j closed their Tampa factory. Temple Terrace eempany o MODERN BLEVATQR con-
H. N. Neteoa bona in New
concerning the future all the men and women in that city; Mr. Evans then entered the pa. and gaIned much valua e outside world. was j ctrBction to ootutanuy adding !
-____J em- perlenme in &CCOunting. Today. however. due to the efficient Berne North Carolina and lived Automatic safe dnIceL But POUT J\1.ER. FLORH.
speak enthusiastically of the big things to come. It is not just ; ploy of the Wholesale Auto Supply costa In their an 'qMr-! work of Mr. Thompson there until 1904;, when he became a some of the oM-ttaMn are still I --..--
.jiedeperations. I
talk. cither,- for every man, woman and child is putting his House of Tampa as traveling salesman sting lIe also collect many data Immokalee possesses one of the sailor on a freight vessel running! pretty risky propoatUona. A shaft ,I Ii

shouldertQj&lhe wheel and is co-operating and>doing everything and he found it necessary to ot aU kinds for the Gener 1 Exploration finest telephone exchanges in this between North CarolIna and Phil door negligently ten open is a i

possible to'make Ixnmok)lee a thriving,,and prosperous communi- cover a large part of southern Flor- Company, a Ne York section of the country. A mod I adelphia. Tiring, of the water lie death-trap and the same goes for i II Property ProtectionEverything
_ any attempt to enter or leave a car
ida in his work. He held this position switchboard and circuit came to Florida and helped Put I
ern copper I
ty. syndicate composed of ugustIiecksker after It baa once started to move.
for two years, and in August line I in bridges fqr the Atlantic, Coast!
with fine
a cross arm
-- :The people of Immokalee are.to be congratulated on having 1924 joined the Barron G. Collier : M. H. Lewis an other { '
such: a fine communitySpirit* It is a spirit which will getthmg&done men of such caliber who ii're carrying six wires connects Immokalee -Line Railroad between Punta Gor- MOST PEOPLEtklsk that It is i yoa need II Inifce
organization at Everglades. with LaBelle and other da and Fort Myftrs; When this i oaly the really: drunken driver who
which much for the future and which it backing Temple Terraces that I way of property Insarance -
-- with
promises lie was first the Florida Burrocradlil cities, and per- work was completed he went to the: t* daaceroua. Enyafadana. how-

wouIjTbe well for the citizens of many larger citiesto_ follow. and Railroad and Navigation Corporation time.After three- with U mits anyone to get In touch with Tiger Bay Mining Company, and :, ever, have demonstrated by con i we can give you-with

Immo lee's citizens truly have a right to say that tbrir town is but was later transferred to years corn- practically any part of the out- did general carpenter work for crete examples that driver who I a minimum ef expense aida .
be removed .rolk ta
Paul to City even slightly effected by cobol
"the bje% southwest Florida." the purchasing department of the housein that orgaaizatioR for a period Of : Maximum
little town Florida where he WN twrs-sideWDrld. There is not a I ; Is not as reliable aa .1)Be who is ef protection
'
Manhattan Mercantile Corporation. tary-treasurer of the Poll City Immokalee which does not have four years. .' not. la making these tests theybwe I

founded fIve years ago continuesto He was with the Florida Jtailroadatul Mortgaging? and Finance C opera- its telephone, and this little town Then he Joined t,1oe forces of the : experimented with otherEfipuilants :' It will cost you nothing to

BUSINESS SITUAT1OATIMMOIAEE I make a good .profit.: At the Navigation Corporation for a I tIon. While servIng In tots speedly has better 'phone service than Pierce Phosphate Company, and and teenS that even consult UK about year insuraee .
period of one month but remained the excessive use of tea aad coffee
present |ime Mr Johnston is contemplating with/ the Manhattan Mercantile e also served as se cmy- many towns much larger in size. drove the first nail which was ever wffi affect some driven to such an I .
/ '
II the erection of several I treasurer of the IIayn -Va flora : Mr. Thompson is an experienced : -: driven in any of tfceir mines. Re extent that their control of the
for two In
IS GOOD new residences from the profits of Corporation years. : Company secretary-tms or of telephone man. He installed, remained with ibis company until par tMcemes Inaccurate and a i

his from August the 1926 ManhattanMercantile he _was transferred! i the Polk City Country CI b. and the present Arcadia exchange he his work was finished, and then pienaee not only to themselves. but C. M COLLIER 8 CO.Everglades .

stor.Manhattan Is Newest __ city treasurer and tax c: l leetor. put the lines through to Everglades 'I! went to th* AgcoUar mine which to other. motorists.
; Corporation at Everglades to the I and has -done much telephone bulk the Swift PackIng Many times these drivers are
being by -
The store of the Manhattan Mer- With the end of the Fk"id boom j was Fie
Brown Johnston and cantile Corporation is the latest office of Alexander Ramsay and he resIgned after less tJa year work in all parts of the Company. He later served aswalking :I lucky and have no aeddenta even I I'I ,
Kerr, at Immokalee, where he has I fnterested' though they may be highly under
addition to Immokalee's group of of strenuous work. State. He is intensely bow in this raise aDd j'I lIps influence of their particular

Manhattan Stores business establishments.This store remained- ever since.HERBERT Mr Beach then returned Tampa in this line of, work, and Is constantly I from there weat back to his native IC'I'hIa fact jBfvs* rise to a I _

Report Fin Trade was established two years ago and F. EARLE ,II where be opened a mu ; shop, on the watch for improvements -- state where he remained fora I false sense of securtty'whioh makes -
\ Herbert F Earle, who is assistant .

which might be added to time. {be situation area dangerous. I IBobby
I from a very small beginning has to G. \\illson, at Immokalee -II whIch he operated until p I- Ihe service. moss The GraystoneHotel
developed trade which amounts condItions made II o profit- -
It i i., remarkab w one ; and is field engineer in direct ness Mrs.Thompson also'takes an Returning to Florida after spending ;
from able. He then dosed the p..ud- "
anywhere seventy-five s Jones
pauses to cons:* ituation, charge of all engineering work for active interest in the affairs of ,, a number of yaars in North "_ Well
thousand to hundred thousand I joined the organization of l xan-
that tn a town i rhTmmoka% one Alexander, Ramsay and Kerr In the community In addition to dollars a year. This store handles tier Ramsay and Kerr at I Ill ka":' I on
lee with a poruhlh: bout five that vicinity, was born at Moores .. doing her housework (which, so, majority ct towns ia the southern Modern
Conveniences
of eviry and flee.
hinuhxd inhab i\t genera1 trades supplies with practically description in New ,York on September, 1382. > .. all_ housewives inform us, is no 1 I,i portion efta State and ffaaHy JothuIqt St. Andy Service Comfort
'ores should e\ ; L \ f wi1chI(1 : everyone After completing his education he mean job.) she is postmistress i cam Co Itn.mokalee.rhr bo does
the Immokalee district. The A CARSON: ,
establishment -
( a good 1f' three entered the employ .theState of for Irilm 'kalee, and is, according i general carpenter work. And according r. ST. MD&s. July 1&x,0 HENDRY STREET
carries eleet Hvoc
'orns at Immc! ; 'Ie. be- gocet- Massachusetts, ad .was engagedin 'Who has on- to the Inhabitants of the town the I to (I. a WUlses Mr .Jfee aates We owing -- -- ------
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1 Irl\. C.A les, ,meats cAd foodstuffs, an| also railroacl cs! tIoWorir1 !A.-CE: ; for t c at mo<;t ffieieat! postm.ftress of postast -' r MD i, one et tfe* bast srpaters .. .. wyo jrOtsais 'hp.o"" Fort
Operates Wsoline statickicli 1 IF1orfd Myer
_:?lt.: t'; (jI1'e"; ... -- dda"a l.airYflu"' r-." tt "iDg1tfi' e"' I-fo..iJ> i'year .' xaxs..ia..naa1 ws born 'jCotnity $ Sr whifeh m>.b -rjmmvnltf' ha, t .eve* ,.aeen"5.c... j* .. Gs ff ,;;... tbe

Me CO""I \". The; Mnhatt&astore_is>.run by I chief of parin the' construction On January 2. 11 tlt ever had. And wh'en there"' Is by _- '- 'flnJ&i rupntfLebamptou.hip are"'" .'"' J u1--

The Brown store is p /baps\,he Mr; and 'Mrs. Clyde Downs, who, of the foundations for the when very young made 1 first nothing: else to be :.done, Mrs. Groat Britain Jewelr conir

oldest general store m fda: viemj- by their energy and good judg-i Hudson Terminal Building in New trip to Immokalee. Then Thompson helps out in. the store 'r Bobby JOlla, defending
York City. After completing his of..the Manhattan Mercantile Cor- I' Faille Bag champion is well oat in front
ty Jt having[ belonged ft the late ment have done much toward building tU the time when hadectok a 4{ ,\ I
William Brown who wU the first cp a successful trade, and have: work here he was made assistant cite at Immokalee.t pot poration. ,, I with 68 equaling the record on

the In- endeared themselves to the entire: enginter in charge of the electric the the historic course. .;,
white man to trade *$h. quest trips to to\\"n.
dians in this vectioa. The Brown community. Mr. and Mrs. Downs i railway cosstructlon on Long Island In the course of his long 'tie D. W. BARROWS Len Nattlrfold Australian

store carries a very !mall Stock of are at present away on a v&eatiOn.I'' New York. He was engagedin has been a cattlemaa i :t&tbanter's .i D W. Barrows, resident engineer I amateur had 71 and Joe Kirk-

goods, but does' a goijl sized business and In their absence the this work a year,' and the en- guide, and agrieci: of*. for:' the Atlantic Coast Line Rail- wood of Albany Ga., was leading Optometrist and Manufaetur

and the, t turn 72Five
is fairly rapid.Jobw4on establishment employs three clerks Brothers and Winston. and Company his life. and he has lived a f >nril : Stowe. Vermont the year 1002
and at the time Mrs. Sam- engaged in the constructionof Brit.ish'profeuionals Eyes Tested and Glasses]
(arrle> Large Stock( present I frontier life. He is more fanufar I He graduated ''Om the University

The j hiiBtoa -' 're has an interesting uel Thompson postmistress (the the Ashokan Reservoir in the with the country around immokfftO ;of Vermont as a civil engineer in tied at 74 Other American Scientifically Fitted

"b, :rr> behi; d It. Mr. Johnson post office is immediately; adjacent I Catskill mountains. This reservoir and the northern section of Cotlr 1924, and immediately entered the players were Jim Barnes with
to the store) at Immokalee, assists is the source of the water sup- 76 and Larry Nabholtz with When in Doubt About Youi
cam* to Irm okalee five years ; I county than any living man. 9 employ of the Atlantic Coast Line I
ago as a pro>p (.tor: looking for vwhen the post office does not occupy ply for New York City. He worked Mr. Carson has always take! M at Florence. South Carolina lIe 71.ITaliir E,"3-3: -See Us

something to u, lIe rented a her time.Cornelia : on this projjcfcffift three years active interest in the affairs ofth* remained there for hine months., Keuett .f Pal.a The
the forces of I Ceta, Florida, took 78 for Old Reliable House
and then joined Ire UM
cultivated and has been } Bonita -
pieca of land ind a ;, I county particji.\* ? and was transferred to -
nnall patch cf ocans which he later Park Being i Boston and Maine. Railroad remaining interested! in more and better *&!$ Springs Florida slightly more first rend.i DIAMONDS WATCEHS

jnarktted a: a fairly good profit with this company for a He served as county commit MOC* than a year and then was sent to JEWELRY

With tlu money which he Extensively DevelopedThe period of ten years. While in the from July, 1923 until lan .rtt, St. Petersburg. After remainingthere i 'WINS R &: P. W. AWARD I II ___ ___!

gained from this enterprise, he employ of this company he was in 1925V:! He drew up and circulaidfa) for two months, he was again GAINESVILLE July U.-Tbe Sheriffs Off!ceEverglades,

rented a i rn..m in the Carson hotel Comella Park subdivision at the department on Maintenance of petition for the road which tow transferred, this time to Sarasota. I aoBoal award of the Florida Federation I Fla

and start',; a small grocery busi Immokalee, which Is owned by the Way and Valuation. rocs along the Ilendry ard Coll He was in Sarasota for six months I' of Women's Glob I June 22 )H'",
for
ness. TI; small business how- Cornelia Park Corporation is being After leaving; the Boston and county line and has been in' working on the Fort Ogden extension and canning work for gardeatoy Pursuant t an order ofX HU-

evej JIM. .!., money. and Mr. Johnston developed. and will be one of Maine Railroad, Mr. Earle traveled mental in bringing about< and then he was sent to ImI I I was woe by MB Dorothy: Jones 1928. of/I Ii tion issue!' (ut of the County Courtof

UI''ased[ some Iota on which the finest residential sections to Arcadia Florida where for improvements the moLaleen& Lee Counr the ''it.h of
.I I Wf i Newberry, it bas base announced : nfl day
be baih IK uses with the money about Immokalee. It is near the one year he was assistant engineer ) ,: has two assistants in his A: tfecldedly different enieloWbag 1 here The award is one of the May, 19J7. wb'rl'iB J_ Uaiker

wfikji t h. busln3 earned. main highway to LaBeile and Fort on street and sewer construction It.lLollEILTsB. work. W. F'Johnson, transitman, I is Plaintiff
grocery Is fashioned of corded faille silk In I I higkest in the state and is I and J. L. Montgomery t
given
He:>s\'rf'mged about two houses a Myers, and yet is far enough from for that community. Roberts, who first ca does all field work. Mr. Johnson deep.garnet and rose. The fasten- i yearly to the club girl excelling in I is s Defendant I bare Icvitd upon

yea, It la mtereFtiug t.e: note in the highway to be secluded.: It Then for a period of two years.he Immokalee in 1914, was born ta Is a native of Georgia. R. M. Fal Ing is of etched glass. j[ that work. -- I one Cbevroh! t touring car 125

-hEpnnuton that Mr. Johnston Is also convenient to the new was assistant engineer on army DeSoto County on February "I Model and will srfl at the front
*
doe< ff. book of any kind. school building and the Manhattan camp construction at Dorr Field 1884. When he came to FRECKLES: AND HIS FRIENDS I door of the Court House of Collier

bnt t bot&18 whether or not Mercantile Corporation. on. the Abraham outskirts of Eustis Arcadia Lee, and Hall at lee thirteen yearsago 1Inlll:3': w i5sl7 -. .__ _______,____ _______-_____-:- By Bloi ea I Cjunty at Everglades, Fl.ile\ -
nw.. be.a.taccessfulhv camp only .aJ.x; or eight families ; .KTS-A PICTURE OP -- tween the hour of eleven and two

"lUe, Bunjtte of buildings which' ELOPERS 16 AND 49, CAUGHT Virginia. here, but since that time tU"" II UMCt ci pc1sy -' -- on the twenty'-fifru day of July

';o -has wected in the course of a MARSEILLES. July 12.-JaomeVatnse. Then,.for a period of one year he growth in population at Imm.ka- rn6oJus'lP-7D.Pin&c; 1927. for ca:>h.

.. tH To date Mr Johnston has aged 49, has been arrested was resident engineer for the Seaboard lee has been remarkabir Vfcv rtuc W. R. MAYNARD.

budt five -4dencts a garage and at Paris with a 16-yearjold girl Airline Railway m' Florida, .3r.\ Roberts bought fie OUJ j AT IT-/ IEtp.fi- Sheriff Collier Count. FU!

a modern store building with apart- "withwhom he had doped.hEDGECUPPING. and after leaving .this company I i citrus grove ,in tile vicm y of [inn : ,-1 '\ AW'AMEiI 12330.7-11-21.
I U this store joined the organization Alexander ,
overhead. Is )
mcajt* mokalee soon after I pQeJW3 ---- ---- -- -
g.
tIt'
loratmj
ViuJSine situated across from the Ramsay and Kerr at Immokalee. -] 1Y: TUJo '
: 'T
and he describes hiS :i ci COt *" or THE
CatfOiD hotel that his present storeis The Soviet has now forbidden the I II as citrus and O"CJlpa ,) ( : : \ \ TbELPs'q: ,If'MtlAI. IKOITnoium
I grower cattle rae : Os- jA,,H, JOB
1q ted importation of safety-razor blades I The grove which ho !i \\J. COLOII 1 k <'Ol STT.h. .
Mr. Johnston carries o stock into Russia. We hear that aif: en- = owns :
F. M. BEACH I slightly over thirty five ot Join; "'J ,
\Pa s I; MS, Joiiwd r
six thousand British. firm has .
he values at terprislng sent a ,
which by Iu' '
is O.ni
and one of the art
F. M. Beach, accountant for finest f next >
dollars ho does a very good shipload of garden shears instead. Collier "roe- i beet frl'.nd, 1j_ ('OLE >
Alexander P msa.yind Kerr. at County
which he.<:..London I ( nplainanta aJILES
the
busln > and store Opinion.
u>f _. ---- --- Immokalee. has had a avrled exper- As late as 1914, M lr Robrt! a )

was born tn Par hvi11t'o New: aay, the only means of 'ran oitaUcn : VJOf I tfeedant VENA NT., )

fence in the accounting line. He 1 which the peopis\ i I Ii NT ,. a

York, a Utile town situated near II kalee possessed was bv ax >aa QJ TO Tilti i i'tPcr.Axy 11:iImcery. HEREIN"

: the Canadian border on December and wagon. In fact, up until ::9 : Jr'I.JS: W. j(jtVB.VA.NT, who r._
k rl'T 1\It" ,it 1 J'j"i" i-;,,'a/1 way ito nd.jnth..
- 12, 1888. DuTmghe first no other conveyance call1e t.t I'H) aC N,_* York* State '.! **'"*
year of his life the family moved: popular use. Hence tru' Yc'rb.Yo
grot'was -Ld ,.
to New York City l>ut remainedfor I not very lacrathe .!Dt'f t1! Bm 01 (ar'oor.rit},! rhy ha notified been fk-4(Sat! jnV a

only a short time, and daring I fruit had to be hauled to f''oi.Mer jf tots r.anrt,1Ot yon to torerlOW a
rRQl.tf&b\, tie: (0114_. .
the same year moved to Detroit, by oxen. Later it d. .arib4'otd
halted
w?, In < 011!! "- COunty I'tor.rta toLet -
Michigan. Here Mr. Beach'sfather by motor tracks and balIy,1! wit

was engaged IB the restaurant I92%. the!! Atlantic coat LlBertois i lU// On"of rUi.1ivi55j ilundrioj qJ or Sxt;LI.tle_

business but after one yearIn [ tracks into InunokaIintfl\ ii fo""rm, No. > of the Naples Gr(>iff
: '1 in 1 Trwf
Detroit the family moved 1925 however, there 'ornp Wag 'InlyOne I> .1 on fl!" an,1 """"or*** j in the
this Grand Rapids. Miclugan. ,
time to "
train a week; now the re two -d" ci'1n'ir: 'y F"r1rta.}
trains a day.hIil are ;"1 Plat, Or.ca; J. on aCe 2''';. !'ai4

Mr. Beach graduated from the service ''r' I.ontar.inlt.." ten: (19) acre. moreI
at
ten-. 5 I ,, --;; .
'
Muskegoa High SchooUat Mu&kegon 5-> art hPT'J
comparatively T directed to baacttoo
\tr' cJ J Jf recent J
.1
.
in"-vJ'O: "Plru 1'1 cad: .
Michigan (Muskegon Is a M-L ', at 'I" "fthr -
k UnfH 1916 th (" ( "rk
( ) .i .tLe1rl 1 \* was novice bail a. : of the Circuit: <'ourt
_ 7l j.f' Q city situated very near Grand Rapids at lmmok at ; Eergiad"ttter f Coast.: Flor
2 rn"2 ) in 1910. and immediatelyafter BiTiag to ? i..PIe i. e ,.0 0;:0 J;':!:.i-J; _:': tie ofdao if Jo'T:
go to 'a'l ,
t1;{ : La&B ,.. Bill ;am:
tJJ his graduation commenced to x j-- ) Cit 1 t-p ti their mail. bat itt by ">(u
tl26 It
i I.
ierJ ff -:
r' or.k-r.d .
- )i -_- earn his living by reading meters man rvice was U .',' .,... that ., ". pY.
E'Stabl\i1ied a J.ublhftuood ""- a
-/'ITh. for the Grand Rapids and Muske- "-ci '
i -- : Immokalee.And"( Mr. ,* .- /1'; ,: : : wCekS701. .
-
-I -- gen Power Company.: After six p0rr ro Iay herej :r ti"wi'
-___ : irq-:' ,I \ --P- months with this company he en- wetiod up by gayiagf ?' toe. a ;' : : a Weakivw; *-
been a wonderful { : rrtilalion i 1 h
-lt unrImmokalee I : ,
tered the employ of the Lewis Electric ej-; I ( i : a. -''( a 'otter County hoe-
in the
Company where he remained cosy Clf ,11 5\\\\ :ITNKKS ta .
'- for about a year. At the end of past fire year!!_" ttiite-o. ;t F -. I'-(' ': ,

-- this time he decided to take cpbookkeeping CLYDE HFXDRttkft : -,ti'o-,- F _W i'- .- ;:.'E: Lit'it' ;g

-- -a -, and so entered a business Clyde H-ndrick- i 8 lIt'r. rth ; '. -

college. Upon graduating 'I oldest emploYee ,if er..Ief; '---I -
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from this collegebe worked ia ,' .
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I : Thursday July 14 1927 - -'-, """"DU COLLIER. ---- -THRIat---!!

i in 191t, about '11 lake These lands are spent the fourth in Jacksonville

f. OPERATIONS: BlMOKALEEARE AT ENTIRE TRAIN USED TO FARM LAND NEAR TOWN first the land came around to Immokalee land lOmmoka in Collier is '.;and U1tiT r :d e'extensively all Variety of the vegetables winter, I Immokalee I REMINGTON

the best farming .
.s owns the,pld- and tar cum: odities.LalpeImmokalee. Mr. and Mrs Edgar Allen spent

BEING PUSHED County. Mr. Robert In the vicinity of Mrs J. F. McCamey. of Tampa the week-end of the fourth. in Fort TYPEWRITERSSale
CARRYOREOGEPARTSTOCITY SHOW GREAT PROMISE est orange grove Myers. t'
.- Immokalee, and this grove lS"'aJso. and Mrs. Charles Lee and granddaughter -
(Continued From Page 1) one of the finest groves in Colder Winifred Terryt of Tam- -
County Mr. Roberts also cul- R id Soon Complete Harry Wood and J. T. crouch of -Rentals
pa were of :Miss Cornelia
repair It, and they do not Wealth extent, guests
stop FROM r MISSISSIPPI Future of Ini his farm to some -RepairaLIPSCOMBCOOPER
Uvates Lakeland., spent Monday' sad
Thompson during the week of
work until the part Is repairedand cultivation is W f L July '
the machine is functioning mokalee and Vicinity although this He believes \ 'le ; Gaulding came to fourth Tuesday at Lake Trattord fishing CO.
no means intensive. mm our Sears ago the road
properly again OverTwentyFla Cars Lies in Fine Lands however, that farming In this bet 'lmmokalee and LaBelle 'I Complete! Office Supply House

Company Cerates>> Saw Mill ? tion win be carried on more seC-1 wa ihing i tut a trail In the Miss Ada Bibelow, of Fort Myers It. A. Robers. of Immokalee attended 2114 Hen ry St. Phone 7S4

The company also operates a Brings Parts of Mammoth Immokalee situated forty miles more extensively as time goes slat rater used to cover has been TislUng, Miss Cornelia (he meeting of the county FORT MYERS FLORIDA

needed saw mill for where ccnsrtucttonwork all the \lumber in Dredge HereThe north of Everglades and about and he sees a great future for '. tier 1, and sometimes it was to0 Thompson during the past week. commissioners at t EnQ1aci; ..
forty miles north of Fort Myers, mokalee as a farming district. 1 8'' out of Immokalee
camp and in highway Bridges is is surrounded by fertile farm gems! of nearly a month July fourth. ))0
cut. This saw mill is a modern Marion dredge which Is be- Douglas Barrows resident en
lands. The land, furthermore Is Is n ors ago the mail was
mill and is capable of turning ing used IP a throwing up the Lake Trafford Sato gineer for the Atlantic Coast Line 'On ',
not all of one variety, but there is. Immokalee on horseback Mrs. B. L Vaden ot Ererghules,
oat a large amount lumber in grade on the main highway from Resort railroad celebrated IndependenceDay
kind of Future oy "
any land to be found here *a impossible for au- Ii Broadway
the Immokalee according in Fort Myers.Richard spent Thnsday, Friday and Satar-
is
course of a day. At th81Pree- to Everglades which South Florida affords. The ., tofflfj:* 'Q get through.
ent time however it la.notwork- to all authorities, one of "cSan.uel day ia Immokalee engaged in
kinds of land which Immokalee Lake Trafford is, according Tt toad> nrw, however, is in
ing at Its maitannnt eafreity. for the most wonderful pieces of machinery I Fallow and Harry Fripp home demonstration work.
possesses were described by A Car- Thompson the future fsirl"; condidon It is sixty-
six bridges on the highway harebeen ever built. The dipper has : ) Were in Fort Myers over the weekend !
old resident of the It Is er I
town
son an sort section of Immokalee. e ide Is practically all
completed, and the lumber a capacity of three cubic yards of the fourth. They returned
as scrub hammock pine, and beautiful lake situated in the grad -? 4 i to b hardsurfacedtl D. Graaam Copelaad. ot EYer4
bas been cat for the and ia placed at end of fif- to Immokalee Tuesday July fifth j 4
remaining. the "
marsh land all of which make ,midst of a pine forest, and is foul in Ilea future' glade spaat Thursday to Immokalee -
bridges. ty-nine foot dipper handle. This 1U S .
wide.
good farming lands. two miles
mites
long and
dipper handle in turn, is placed on and Walter Johnson of IlI1Infkalee.
Farming should be a big thingin waters abound In black bass,
Included in the equipment ot the an elghtynine fact boom used to this section ot. the country It fishermen from Tampa Jacksovine ). JlmtG IIIFCTst zLi
company also are six tracks, twd swing to the railroad fill, which WOOD
is believed by practically all the in \ Sunday
and other points
boats one railroad truck 'and feet. WOKKS!!' '
is a distance of ninety-six
fifteen and residents of Immokalee. As yet, northern part of the state j Printing Office Supplies Rubber StampsEmbossing
private cars.
company This boom was built in the shopsat $1.25
Because of the fact that Immo- Immokalee cost of ten however, no farming on a large the lake in toe winter for a.das Snell wfects[ ia.Jrniture; ands Of all JJad5. Stencils! Seals
a !
scale has been done due to the swimming
Good Process
Engraving
fishing. + Metal Checks
kalee !. so isolated, jt the present thousand dollars as the boom ) t tser On h"d woodkorks can be Chicken Dinner
fact that only small tracts of land lure ., many people to this body Ruling and Badges
time a large supply of spare partsIs the dredge flied art
which concealed
was originally on lnth; sealing
have been cleared. But the land is water when the hot, sultry daUof
carried in the store room of the was too short to do the work there and some of the products'' summer come around It is n wiu. 6u! ',' npfs and' !' art stores A place to eat
company,;ererythiBg from a small to do. The .H.:,, FRANKLIN PRINTING COMPANY I
which it was expected) which it is capable of raising are a sort distance from carry waxlnJt; ; ,great many the best of food
bolt to be used in repairing a Ford original boom was only sixtyfivefeet different colors, andlft is usually
Truck to parts for the largest in length. In this connection cabbage, tomatoes, water-melons\ about three miles-- Immokl possflfe ::0 find',on'!* that will "A Business of Business Necessities" whore service
peppers beans squash eggplantand being built from
floating dredges being carried on It Is interesting to note that the pineapple. There is also good lake which will make mitts< Of '*oodwor | to be re- and quality are
hand. This stock, in the has band, the pres- ktter ire 1r
aggregate a pairtq
company on citrus land about Immokalee. although to Journey there In a very. shOrt stitt the regu- 1801.03 Franklin StreetP. emphasized. ?
has a value in excess of ten ent time a stock of boom lumber lar farfnre nn1S1i rs. shellac
i this land is not found in time. W j
thousand dollars. And it Is neces- which was shipped all the way attcis tech! are sol such abundance. The expense of Dr. F. K. Armstrong apparent O. Box 2232 Tampa FloridaWe
sary to constantly replenish thIs Pacific coast to Immo- pdn.'o-es.: ,
from the :
of Tifjie Is also now
draining the territory to make it has great faith in the future e 1l
\ stock of spare parts T/hich is used{kalee some of this lumber being even beter farming country would take, for he is clearing the lana"'i on the arket an especially.: ) use.
to rail kinds of repairs. ninety feet in length. be comparatively small owing to which he owns on the west ful TP).' uncolored plastic wood

1 Wilson has Efficient Staff : This dredge,has a steel hull the elevation of forty feet above and plans upon opening up ShoJ-r flUe t resembles wood itself carry a very complete line of: '
From this( bare outlet of the which is seven feet deep by thirty sea level. tentve development soon. when" ird. Popular Science fl

equipment which is being used in feet wide by one hundred and According to R. Roberts who Good trucking" land MoEhl T gl : Fishing Tackle

the work at Immokalee some Ideaf twelve feet In length. It Is equip- -----,t r'h, Builder's Hardware .9
the extent of the operations ped with two one-hundred and > Carpenter's Tools
which being carried there twenty-five horsepower boilers t-
are on
[may be obtained. But, as Mr. Will- which consume ten tons of coal r l House Paints and Oils 6
rC Varnishes '
and Lacquers -----
son points out machinery alone each every twenty-four hours At .
will not build roads railroads and the present time however wood John Deere Farm Implements 1 -

I canals.. Men are essential and iia being burned in the' boilers, Housewares, Oil and Wood Stores 1 1Hardware

I Mr Willson is ably assisted by (each of which consumes twelve Lawn Hose, Sprinklers and Tools II

ja )large staff of first class engineers cords of light wood every twenty-

mechanics, blacksmiths, and four hours. For some time past MAIL OR PHONE ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION I Paint and 0 ; '
operators. The other men in the the operators have been burning a @L...,""wM. ;3:

s. office) on whom responsibility wood at the direction of G. C. When in Fort Myers, Make Our Store Your Headquarters i ,
5ts In the absence of Mr. Willjffiwi Willson general superintendent at That SatisfiesIf I Farm Imp.ptsI

are:'.Herbert F. Carle assist- Immokalee instead of coal and by I .,.. "

, ,\\fiD to Mr. Willson and field engineer burning wood instead of coal Mr i' MTMAN-EVANS COMPANY I Fencmg- ,,r

_ in immediate charge of all Wilson saves the company over t"
.
engineering work.: ; C. B. Evans. one hundred dollars a day. The If you are not already a patron of oijr pal youJSjwe The Big Hardware Store" Sporting s

Q pay-roll: cleric for the company; wood which is burned in the boilers it to yourself become acquainted withojservc! =:=- '
and F. M Beach accountant for la salvaged from the forest th '--t:
the cmopaay. With this efficient along the way is cut into the proper and be assured we shall be most happytosce 'I 1100 First Street Phone 24

staff of men. and the wholehearted lengths and piled along one -- FliRklll.ar. Co.
co-operation which he haa thus side of the canal AS the dredge >:
Willaon believes the wood is piled upm it ... ,. ,
Mr. 818'lGIIe
t that far received the work wtD be successfullycompleted passes thus worry about transportation of It must be apparent to you as a customer that ,. .J;>rcitJ onlyycopie LELUMTh. terPh. aeedry -

in the near future andfmmok.c.1ee fuel from Immokalee to'the actual through the Superiority of our Service for Freight Cfce alone on CO.I I 12x

', brought into much operation is eliminated Benzol is greater, gallon per gallon, than the f otal, .|o'ojsolinerand; :; .. =?' ups. FLOIUN(
Closercontact with the outside All .the necessary equipment to ,
,
worlTy A- y...tyiaq.e aaatq; .d<> :e4 use hundreds df'gallons'oriienzol daffy. LUMBER nlILtWoRR-
s -
-- and boom Is found on the dredge
ADED in.addition' 4 modern'electrical:
*t'R
I ANDBUDQ
BRntvrr plant, which furnishes light to the OKE

: nyiTH INDIANS dredge. I DRY CLEANING THAliREAL4 "I
J Purchased In )lississlppt MATERIAL unrs
:
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4: (Continued From Page 1) iHII "II* J

i B fBroWn has travelled this route .The V. Wills dredge and was Son purchased at Yazoo fromA. Our Dry Cleaning method is the most modern to thasjf"4he ,Bow- Phone 8 .

.. "' ''inany x Umex Mississippi in the latter part of ser-Darco "Continuous FloW" circulating system. I8e (which is Fort :Myers, Florida t

+: .: )Irs. Brown Mrs. Taught Brow Indians who first 1925. and was dismantled and a.much more refined product than gasoline) flowsasjgly through QUALITY
,
.: taugnht' It was the Indians the use of shipped by rail to Immokalee. A your garments<<: when cleaned in our Plant. : SERVICE ,
train of over twenty-flat cars was 0
and the ma-
1! 'canned goods sewing
"' all the equip- m
necessary to carry
' she later taught them
and .
tWne -
;
:J and which belonged to
ment parts


,t-i;.,-1 J iow._the She has sickly been also to cook used sought and a to good her by provide medical the many Indians cures things.advice for on i the the work dredge dredge of arrived assembling to tmmok at Immokaleethe lee it was, When immediately <: Gay'sLaund : hi I TAMPA\ ARM STORES Manliatl '


many occasions. commenced. It was J I Ii 1225 Franklin Street Tampa, Florida the Co n'

.' Mr. Brown is-the only white man quite a task but was accomplished a AND DRY CLEANING PL1: + + + + t
with HENDERSON.CHRK.
IndIan dispatch.A
who has ever been given an -I

name by the S minoles. To I battery of five. six. and eight 4 Phones- Tell "19" Fprf srida Contractors and Campers Equipment 8Attorneys
.. known as!
the Seminoles was inch pumps is used when there is '* ,
3Iekillasee 'wWen translated intoEnglish Main Office and Plant, 1809 to 1827 Evan n -

1. means The Englishmen." not dredge sufficient to pump water water to from float low-the Downtown Office: Broadway, One Door from fi \Ve have in Stock at All Times: >, Everglades --
:
Mr. Brown was born in England, er.
,. and lived there during his childf er to higher levels In order to float TENTS SLICKERS"
"t the dredge over elevations in the I
tht western BOOTS
hood but journeyed to TARPAULINS RUBBER
_
when he .wa Inad. Although this battery is not .
bf the globe II ? BLANKETS
portion -
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'COTS
r and remained here from considered a part of the dredge it ETC
sixteen PILLOWS.
, was a life-saver according to MrWiilson I PADS

Q that tame on.Story Is Interesting this spring when therewas 'i 1i For Immediate DeliveryA

6 Interesting I story center not enough water to float the -
An .
,t about this incident In those days dredge. The pumps were operated RAIL4D & .I
THE
r hours FLORIDA
.. it was customary for Englishmen continuously twentyfour a
to apprentice their sons in some day from the fourth day of Marchto CURL OF NATURAL BEAUTY ....
D form of occupation or trade. Mr. the twentieth day of June. -
Wave Expert
r. Brown had been apprenticed as a They performed their work with Are lea the In Results All Branc Attained, In a Permanent cuturp.! Hot and Cold eeanisfArt
sailor and sailed across the Atlantic efficiency and had it no been for Ram Water.mCall Appointment..

to Cuba where he left the ship these pumps the work woald have USSERY BEAUTY SHOPPE

1. 1::.' and disappeared. A search was been indefinitely delayed. In addition -- NAVIGATION .CJ.( S JletJllaa Aresde rJaob us 1 J
. ,. made for him. bat for five years his to this pumping plant. MrVTtilson lest (7U", Florida
.e. < whereabouts were unknown. H. de- has constructed a large ---- -
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co sired to keep his travels hidden until pontoon fend this pontoon has been ,
twenty-one for if he had been, fastened to the front end of the
discovered before that time h. dredge. This pontoon ralses the f & Trust Co. S\JoV\ t. .' toHE \ .
Title
could have, been returned to- England dredse.abont a foot higher than it \ Steamship Division Lee County Bank, \'

which thing he did not desire. ordinarily would be. It Is estt- '/Ju WoN'tT MeeD ,

,, But at twenty-one he let his pontoon whIch have been used to .'..,... .Capital and Surplus! $150,000.00f "
whereabouts be known and at that pontoo nwhlch have>been used tof4aa1 .r IT If u've

time was located in Bartow. float the huge dredge have saved Lands InCollier .
later moved to Orlando, and the country In the course ot the Abstracts of Title Prepared on'Any PIcKEt

r ly went to Fort Myers in 1871. At "work fifty thousand dollars. County .
. that time, there were only five SEIBERUN6\
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a families in Fort Myers and where I SAILING SCHEU E .

v the First National Bank now dinners to the Indians which custom .l'I Four Per Cent Paid on-Savings Deposits ALL-TREADS vl

: stands was a large cornfield.i was followed for many years. I, ..:.- :,-. ;,- FLORIDA
. In 1885 Mr. Brown left Fort These Christmas day celebrations FORT MYERS tPOLLOCK1 7 iT's1le
t Myers with his family and came, became 20 famous that Indians : : Now .' : t

to Immokalee. where he has remained from as far ay MaIm used toJourney < Effective ''.. : 'lQAciioNSEIBERLING'-
He sold the -. .: .- .
ever since. across the Everglades to take .: ; u" tc. r -
first Winchester rifle to the Indians part and they used to come in -' '" .

and taught them the use offirearms. such numbers that it would be 1 "F .-. '.. t" S

An Indian by the name three or four: days after the celebration ,, :
of Squirrel Jumper! is today. about before they had taken, '''' ALL'TREADSt

( the oldest Indian in this vicinity. down their tepees and departed for I T (Southbound:/dead Down) .-- -.*- rtit id, Read Up)
,
e ."oE Brown Discovers Rocky Lake their native haunts. 4T .

c r -. "In the course of his wanderings The death of Mr Brown two 2:00 PM Mon :"2:00 PM Thurs. Lv.Tampa Ar. 1-t31 d. 8:30AM'M n. .
the country Mr Brown came < .
- about weeks ago was lamented by the COMPANYLumber .. 3.
t i' upon a lake whose waters were peopleof -this territory for miles 4:00 PM Mon. 4:00 PM Thurs. Ar.St. Lv.ll4M'' d. 6:30 AM Mon. I l> LUMBER aA
.. clear ,and cold and irhich abounded!around. During the course of his 4:15 PM Mon. Petersburg
4:15
PM Thurs. d. Mon.
, Lv.St. 3 30 AM
In fish. Mr. Brown named this long and useful life In this vicinity Petersburg Ar.U:3J1' I
s lake Rocky Lake and built the road Mr. Brown made many friends Millwork and
which leads there from Immokalee and there Is no&an Indian living 8:45 PM Mon. S:45 PM Thurs. Ar.SarasotaLv.Sarasota Lv. 7:0:It ]Sf !.llOOPMSon. SUPPL TORE

and which ia known as the Rocky who does net speak of MekiHasee 10:00 P Mon.\ 10:00 PM Thurs AT. 5;1 tai d. 10:30 P3I Sun. Phone 407 !

I j Lake road In the vicinity of in terms of endearment Mr. Brownis 2208-16 Jaekeson Street
P Lake it not unusual to survived 8:00 IVM Tues. 8:00 AM Fort Mvers Florida ;
Rocky was by his wife and by his : Fri. Ar.Fort MyersLv.Fort Lv. 7-.EIS 9.12:30 PM SUP- Building MaterialPhone
see deer. in herds of twentyfiveor children S. H Brown. Dewey:t _# 1:00 PM Fri. Myers : 10:15 PM Sat. -
,t thirty'. BBC! flocks of turkeys Brown Frank Brown. Edwin ( Ar. < -
t or seventy Brewn. Catherine (I O. Box 278 Bast Fort Myers
numbe.rJni'.at7 Brown Euby 11:15 PJI FL Rr.EnrgIades =l 12:00 3! Sat. 515 P. !.
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the custom of serving Christmas and Alice.Brawn r' -
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WORLD' WAR ON DISEASES Old-Fashioned, But Sa CATTLE RAISING ONCE I Poultry of Three Kings to Compete at.Canadian Show- 1a 1-

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;"OF MEDIC PL GENERALISSIIvIOWASHIN'cTON THE MAIN. INDUSTRY Of II..

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D. c: July 11-- big the bulk of the funds that 7 SOlITHWEST! :JlORIOA I.I I I.I F. 2

Marked progress is being made In made it possible for the League to

the great world war against' dis- conduct International study tours t 4 bY I

ease, according to an interview or interchanges for 120 health of- -
given out today by Dr. George E. ficers from 48 countries and to S Forty Years AgO Stock !

Vincent, president of the Rockefeller Maintain an information serviceon Raising Was Only Industry
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Foundation which is represented commercial disease. It made j

on the battle-front in almost surveys of health conditions medi- tl0'csnn ?Pei h poN' :! '. ? ..,;. :yt' -i in' Immokalee

every country on the globe.. cal education, nursing biology or -. !

enthoropology in 31 countries, and At 'one time, about a. -
Smallpox i i. new almost, Unknown forty years !
in parts of Europe and in assisted mental hygiene projects ago; Imniokale! was the' "head I

a few States:or the Waited: States both in the United States and Canada quarters for the catoe- raising In- '

he says. Typhoid epidemics are and numerous other undertak- : dustry. Extensive- cattle raising I f

faro in efficientlyadministeredcommunities. ings in public health and allied I was carried on in this section of

Tuberculosis is decreasing -,fie IdA. the country at that time, the cattle Ir r

among many populations.Diptheria One of the more important activities -....:. 1. 1. being shipped to Key West, II
is coming under successful of the Foundation la t the Cuba Tampa Jacksonville and I

:.control The outlook for extermination of wicked -mosqup ;other pOints: Today, however only I

preventing the spread of scarlet toes-the Stegomyia which } Yr about one-fourth of the cattle

fever is 'brighter. Malaria fg t being spreads yellow fever and the Anopheles *+that> there formerly raised here are !

ousted from its various strongholds I which! in the carrier of ma raised, according. to A. Carson I

.! and yellow fever seems to laria. The big idea is to prevent :'who:: is one of the oldest residents "

be.2naking a last stand. Cholera i the breeding of these mosquitoes of tho settlement -

can not seriously Invade a country by destroying their larvae before i Cattle raising in this section has. I

which has a modern water I they change into adult mosquitoes In! the past.. Seen most successful

supply and proper disposal of and it is stated that highly efec- 'The reason for this is that Immo- /

wastes, and typhus has few terrors 'tive methods" have been worked: -kalee has a natural elevation of u

for communities addicted to. soap put *'i.ltffrl; oc's forty feet above sea" level it being -

and water and clean linen. yellow fever was practically a L the highest point in the three I

Health departments report the banished from the Americas by Mounties of Hendry, Collier, and

.decline of communicable diseases 1925 .as 4 recuii. of the campaign Lee. Because of this elevation, the

\." and the fall of the general death instituted in 19IS, But there was a drainage In. this section'of the I

,. rate. In recent years the infant lareback of the epidemic last year r44 country is better than elsewhere,

ortality rate has dropped rapid in Brazil that threatened to be se- 4a = and this Is favorable to cattle .

%l17.) In London for example Itell rious. It was well under controlby raising. "But,.* Mr. Carson said, OtTAWA. Ont. Haughty poultry Bboades. The Prince of Walts sad United States Is expect: a to ; .,33: the '

from 159 deaths within the the end of the year, however. att1e raising might have been irtetocrats from the barnyards of three Prime Minister William Lyon ttecKcnzla 3.000 mark of whom t\'. ,,ct i hi>: will! :"

rtit year, per thousand living One of the simplest, cheapest, even more successful had this natural loyal European houses will match King of Canada will be among enter the Doir.lnnia: :; In aut-,-, ',:ies. .-
irthi in 1900 to 68 in 1925 and and surest methods of combatingthe drainage been supplementedby tbetr egg-laying akin with democratic other prominent exhibitors I "CHBclal deice iiis to the 'tuncnmr-
is eels trpm Canada: and the United "Ten thousand birds from forty i win be taken on n transcontairutai
l&ew from 192 to C5 dur- malaria-carrying mosquitoes "
York
1 irrigation and drainage canals. I
rinses at the World's
Poultry Congress leading
poultry raising countries wit! tour of Canada after the show under
In :-ftlie, same period. the dusting of their breeding Mr. Carson added that one acre of stitch will be held tn Ottawa. Cttn- be shown at the exposition. "MaMe.' the auspices of tl/e:./ federal! Department : ,..
Sut the modern health move-" places' a green powder m- land': properly drained would supply ida's federal capital from July 27 to the world's champion ben. owned by of AgrJcul ljf{'. The vJlirj! wlit

ins gl' says Dr. Vincent "Is not posed of one part of Paris green 9Pew ] as much pasture as four or Mig. 4. according to Ernest Rhoade. the University of British CCIhnD Ia, observe the Br.li"'eT; ; agrIcultural -
tea. at with sanitation and the and 100 parts of gifted road dustIt five acres without drainage facili- secretary of the congress. that laid 351 eggs in a 865..., lest possibilities Western Canada where
originated with the United King George of England King Albert will be one of the star attraction there: are miHInns of acres of fertile J
ties.
coat t.of communicable diseases.It of Belgium And King Alfonso of Delegates to the
but number of ,000 from farm land awaiting Ecttleraent awl '
t \tpn to the hygiene of groups States Public Health Service, Stock Is! Depleted Spain will enter pedigreed birds tn I I all parts of the world will[ attend the will be shorn some; of the DwnI IoII'.

ah4<<;; individuals. It Is not satis- is being tried In Europe and in Thirty years ago cattlf- raisingwas .ie international ahow. said_ Mr__Congress._Representation from the !great undeveloped re..,nrcc" I'!
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t ;a negative prevention of the big industry in this section sometimes days Mr. Car-
disease ninety put them on the boat for K+> l 18,
dlaeu- gospel of In the field of mental y tray hurled: a man whose
ji\t preaches a of the country there- being son said, before the men on the West and
Cuba.
fit) physical Dr. Vincent says the tendency la A few cattle also ,j cloth. 5* were aflame, to the street 0
cove vigoruna "
many cattle roaming the round-up but
rangesat saw anyone their
with were shipped to Texas. land b fire
and away from preoccupation: I at out the with arswpater.
beet 1., well-being. r: this time. Today, however, the own crew. In these round-ups it t.
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f cure to an interest in prevention.The I The man Owen Gath.vas .
"So )' ;iene multiply to include name mental hygiene has It's better to be safe than stylish Miss Alice Edwards of C atoek of cattle has been greatly was not unusual to mark one hundred I OPERA SIXGB3S i[ \\ ; s.'riously burned and pfcysician -
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IIIIt 1'11, uabies. little chil- been .given< to the knowledge and 0, decided So she put on garb of the days when knights r : t diminished; the reason for this cattle a day. sometimes! the j CHICAGO ; said the action of the dren July 13.-A
lekji\chiidren, adults industrial technique'by, which to an increas- I before venturing out among the hurrying, scurrying surer t. depletion being, Mr. Carson believes number reached as high as ne-I from the world ray ofromance !lv"d; him from being, burned to f
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gtjjW and the victims to one hit her the driver got an awful Jolt while Miss the shipping of cattle out hundred and fifty, sometimes it "IITrovatore" death
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habits on < ,
IhgVfeitent :'early may | and '
tubercuto MBd of veneral dis- merely arose dusted off her armor and went on her f of the country without effort to reached as low as fifty. I: "Rigoletto" today ar
eases. A': tai hygiene deals controlled; delinquency forestalled, raise more, and the continued transfigured drab Forquer street in -- r..4. k I' u;
with abnormalities of behaviour and In shipping cattle to the Little Italy here when Mario Bas- SIX J'
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feetlE
WHEN t'-
:ndedness, d e Hn- I burning of the wOods-around Im TRAIN
quency, trim tendencies mal- titude corrected and even at-I.JURORS-BALK AT SUMMER HE. mokalee. "they were driven to Haines nortla.1 folB. baritone of the Metropolitan STRIKES FR EIG H'It""CARS
adjustments forms ef insanity avoided. I j where they ware placed on opera and Caterina Gobbi, sopranoof
."" psychic distm .arioua forms t t Mentafthygiene} says the d In the old days it was customary' and shipped to Tampa and Jack i the Italian opera company wer- MACON Mo.. July n.-Six p>rn .
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es. Food clothoccnpation scientific basis becomesmore' to ship from one-hundred and ten sonville. This drive also occupied married. Barelegged urchins =>/ including TWO trainmen, were
ing posture ei1-? : as its DMTHTOWOMANTexans STRIKES Y. I I loft injured! wh
: to yesterday n a WPU-
one-hundred and i :
." erclse. recrea secure and its methods increasingly twenty head j I some time; but there were notes j I the hokey-pokey stands to join bound
ncblrelationS, Chicago: Burlington and g
of cattle
weekly from Punta Rassa cattle shipped north black '
many shawled
and elective, may be expected as wereshipped grandmothers at the
personal amen u are becoming I Quincy passenger( train struck 4s
to Key West and
well- Cuba.The cat- to Key West and deor of the dmren of
to take its place in a .j the Holy
concern freight ,
ubl1e neaith.The Decline tb Two Prostra cars which
i were
as tle were driven to Punta Rassa. running
rounded program of preventive To-day, however, the cattle are Guardian Aageis where the ceremony I
Fought All A wild a mile east of hf-re.
Line I Moun&vo a (distance of 100 miles from Im- shipped direct from Immokalee to beld '
health. Mercury wat
medicine and public Pass Judgment on WHOLE
So' it is seen TRUCK OF DRUNKS
the war for i mokalee, this trip
consuming several any point in the country where I
health' is being j lt aB along i Feminine Bandit Degrees an Ho ] days. In those days, also, they are 'wanted.. As late as 1917, GIRL SAVES BURKING I CHICAGO July 13 -S*>ven mt-u
the Une with en weapon and Troops Prepare! I c_ .. the general MAN returning from a picnic im-Iudinf
: round-tip was commenced however 'It was customary to BALTIMORE
July 15--CBMted- the driver,
every resource thaV8 been developed .For Martin Visit SAN M Jt 9 S.'Tex.,July 13.- NEW YOnK. July 13.- neT in the spring, -and_l It was drive the cattle to Punta Rasa to j ful of her 'itfe, Miss '$ ,-I I truck on the were arrested! on -"
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by ,modern VnceTh- ; -- './.iiurSfcftS'a.JACKSONVILLE ..-*- -t-1Z TJj 4f gr :pgf"Te 'n4nask- began making up In eaq, ?. r. --=- ---. charge- .. ---iNr..d--
luttlw cry-te''Dattread!It' July] IS.-With ed to consider Inflicting the death lateness in coming and prctA. .
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germs; they shall the khakf.clad.soldiers already penalty on a woman charged with .- --
weather the -
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What one org on doing! settle into the routine of camp life robbery with firearms balked at Over the eastern half of the :- -. .
In this war to ma6 world safe after order and calm had supplanted serving on a jury here today. y -- -- -- ,

for people of al$ and of wing : the opening bustle and activityof I As a result District Judge M. C. try.The first prostrations of t .
i/fa.1 fatUi Is told Jeffrey granted a change of venue
shades of Sunday and yesterday, 1,400 here were when an aged.
by Dr: Vln nommarlzlng the members of the National Guard today to Mrs. Rebecca Bradley Rogers, collapsed in the subway ret
,efeller FoundaactlriUea- etatfcr.!
wort.'of former University of Texas co-ed,
th were priming ihemselns on
the city hall and
tion for lU .r. Its the parade grounds, the rifle who is alleged to have held up theFarmeI'l a n.an was av
on come
on a street In .
Harl
r girdled er figuratively and and pistol range and about their National Bank of Buda, The temperature m
Texas with a gun last December? moved OPT ALEXANDER KERR
.literally. tents at Camp Johnston, near here at a steady two' degree an t RAMSEY Y
less $10- The case was transferred to Fay-
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With mng anticipation of Governor Martin's gait being 82 at 11 o'clock witfc'
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ette county and for Dec. 5.
cd during the year
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000,000 annual iupccUon next "weelc. peak not expected until ,
late
aided the growth Questioned by the state as to : aS
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the F lIdn Although thedate of the govern I noon.
ot fott eredieal schools in tenmaintained or's vte'.t: has not been announcof, their attitude on the death penaltyfor ,, -r.t Engineers and Contractors ;. .
l a a woman bandit one after:: another t
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differ e entries commanding officers of the camp 1
"leas diehool and teach1nil1l.0f,1 of the prospective jurors admitted -
are rigorously training their CHINA
mu-: men PROTESTS;
In Peking; assisted holding scruplesagainst .
; so that the 1927: encampment of theFlorida
tnW'pmeilt: *' DrofeslS(>nal ; guards will prove the best such a penalty. Woman -do"' not sit FOREIGN TROD;

i P1l J attt training In fifteen in- as it already Is the largest when on juries In Texas. 4
The change of venue was grantedon
att !ti I in twelve countries and the governor and his staff review Demands Removal of SoJdIera
.- .eld stations In the United the troops fame; day next wek. motion of the court after 10 men Shantung .'
s4 i.nd,, Eruope; contributed ton had disqualified. I We Point With Pride to the '
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The case against Mrs. Rogers Is -:::
lralntng schools In the Un- PEKING
"IIER
nT BARONET July
DIES 13.-The p- *"; .
the first in the state since robbery : _f. u

t c">tatcs. Brazil, China, France Japan, ,Polngoslavla. and- IS.MELBOURNE.-Sir Clayton Australia Freel-July with firearms was made an. offense government the after a verbal pod WorkrNow B i "bofi.e Us b '1
; Penlngton punishable by death. by foreign office to i reI:/**. g By :
sent aid to instl- baronet
emergency log eighth known as the District BltodeUsaid ese legation on Monday kt.; l!
Attorney
;ins In twenty European ')nn- 1"Hermit Baronet." died in the tiny Fred a note to the League 7': I : ; f
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after the that of XatdP ) : ,
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f i; and helped twentyone gov- 'mIning village of Smythesdale, ac his questions on the death penaltydid which It demands Imm.dial } > : ...: : :.. ,! ;':
menta to combat hookwormease. cording to advices reaching this drawal of ,
not necessarily indicate that troops from T1f1f, ;i\\. ,
1 city tonight He was 69 years old. TsTngtao in the province d". ,
r he intended to ask such a penalty; of
funds for organized rural v 1 vlbrr!
It gave. but were framed merely to determine tnng. C .
ealth .service in 244 countries in Their the attitude The note also demand t43-\ ;
: Refuge of the jurors to- tl .. "
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He tUnted States and to 34 districts ward feminine offenders. c411 l of any further tr'>opa c'.O 1. bot I
"In twelve other countries; those cities. The Atlantic Coast, Line Extension I
i :Mrs. Rogers was released on Japanese '!t ;
i .shared b\ the creation or support bond. been sending soldiers there f r Collier County I Highway ;=

: _____ of various departments in state or thy have extensive i inter'-513.
national health service in sixteen L Immokalee to Deep Lake

countries; cooperated with Brazilin VI'
ELKS PICK MIAMI\ \ .in1l
the control of yellow fever, or 2iLr I Millage For kaleetQE"erglades:
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In precautionary measures againstthe'yelloty FOR 1928 MEETINGCINCINNATI. \ t: j 1 '
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ten e 19271 : ,, >/ "I ...
States; continued' yellow fever : July 13.-Miami ..
surveys and"studies in Nigeria and was selected as the 1933 meeting TALLAHASSEE, :) I State Road Department .
on the Gold Coast: aided' efforts I Ia Ir place for the Elks convention, Los crane Martin : Beep Lakg Railroad Co. i j

to show the possibility of controlling Angeles! being defeated in the sec- that the state mina ,

malaria in nine North American |, ond poll today. : would be 7 1-2 mills -ft stts; State Highway No. 27 (Tamiami
States and in Porto Rico. that of 1926. The B -,-ro- Nt1wR{ l rcfd.ff; Beep Lake to

! Nicaragua. Salvador Argentina I I I CINCJINNATIji July 13.-Florida dared the regardless f the It I Ipriattons *
Braill., Italy, Spain Point, Pales made by th. I.! '
the uSt .
delegates to Elks convention Trail Carnestown to BadeCpuntjp ;
"in ) ) .
and.Jhe tare keeping : "
Philippines
tine ; helped I decided td contest la a grand lodge wi-fc i my pre : EVer lades
to improve the teaching of physics session there will be no mere a.,. |In ta : .
(I today the-selection t.Los ..-".,, =..., ;:;l;). .,..
chemistry, and biology in 'I ::.' <<
Angeles as the next reunion city '. .
eleven institutions in China and In I Los Angeles won a tentative vfe INVITE RAIL coxoacroi( .- -- : __:,.. !'i_ ,

____ government: university of Si- tory in the balloting yesterday CEDAR RAPIDS h. July ",: it' L ;
f 'ami and gave funds for biologicalor. I when it polled "ZOO *votes against A delegation of nine b1siness : -- : .; .

mental research at Yela University GOO for Miami from JacksonviUe, Fh bade # ;

the State University of Thomas' C. Imesoa, thalrll1P> L >. o' _f ; '
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Iowa;and the Marine Biological the city : .
commission '
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Were ; : "
Station at Pacific- Grove' Callfor- day to invite the Bro-.herli} ( :. : ; .
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July 13.-The El- fi..r
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bert II.
fur Fellowsklp Provided Gary mansion at 956-Fifth f

The Foundation also provided avenue, said to be one of the finest:;, next city triennial The invitat.ro n nvev): 'OT ;in exij Invite for Railr6ad and of All Kindse .

fellowships for 889 men and -woat- open residences fer public in New inspection York will for be ai; ed to the board f ,;Will.reors bf a Proposals.f Higl\w\ s .

erffrom 48 different countries, andTied semi-annual
:week before it is' demolished to' me' :ng which C -- -:. } -
the traveling expenses of 69 'make room for in tomorrow. ThQ r< elation, i _, i'e > "
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officials or professors making bufld-i be held in May 11. : .
Ing. it announced :>. .
was today Proceeds .
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In commssons.Of'those pro- I from aa-admisslon..itbarge- : >><'. :
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;vIded fellowships 330 crossed national I will \,& contributed to charity. jACfRgsS: IS KiLLL, IS F : -

boundaries 1o pursue their 1 NEW YORK, Jty;] It-Jrs.

studies. Oflfcers of the Foundation BOY KILLED BYADTO WMte Lorraine aa, acttP2s >hlWD l as .::1 .nIAINOFFICE-EVERGLAD ; FLORpA) \
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made visits or surveys In I I In an Omaha cemetery sits this MIAMI BEACH Ju1 .:-13Rich she fell from d, today J- '' II
more than a score of countries tn.1. I I silent figure of sorrow typical ct art Nichols. 13. was fatally Injured; 'Gild story apart a tr\,-:Id: w of her j jl : = :, ':: ; ; : : '. ,: f _
South America the Far ntjMeved She 1f&:
Europe mourning. In the protecting lap' last night when he was struck by!I to have f r.
East and Australia. .of the great statue Is a robin'snest. an automobile while 'i I kn asleep
crossing the; Sitting in the .
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ikewise It contained its cooperation The motber bird i* shown viaduct of the county 'I.! -w .w inl '
causeway. mara of her h..
with the Health Committee bringing home a-nice: fat worm for The 'U Stage
i car was driven by W. H.
Starr. j I IJ I lager of a theater .
_, pi the League of Nations supply her young. J No arrest was mad i; N. ..1.J I Perth A ,

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S 1 Father of Broadcasting Celebrates.His 76th Birthday -'"$W I: Menus\ for the Family 0- I I'(San't! Go Near_ OUT OUR WAY By Williams -


1;,1InHLSIVasnlngton: Home-Discusses" the Future of Radio. -- :--BY SISTER MARY_ _t __ '/The Water F 1 "'fEtL iA MA 10U t RE MRKiN' ----_ _

t 1"The gray haired scientist., EmUe: Cantaloupe. cereal :': wcnlr LOOK I
BREAKFAST- ME. A
"' i &rnner.erect as a soldier on his. >... ... I... : I MURDERER-A.r > AU.. \
J seventy 't ,
'y with dates. ., .. '- : cooked > pN
+ eixtb celebrated ""I. k' 'a" EMiLL' BEwN> Ii Nip O\S t
l birthday
-
the > CUT
;< ;; on i GAIOROFORM\ cur
i
i. spinach with poached eggs
,i \t, { occa-4on, quietly at his borne In 'C ; >. ;;; TER ; FOR HEAVENS SAKE
Washington where bo tl9tc&ed-In ') :': f<' toast milk, coffee.LUNCHEONBaked. j ,, \. HUI ATS NO s\Gt-J rr' J\1W; T '
PUT (f-IEM B.' U( i
and discussed the future of radio. .. < green 4 MURDER AIKTT' DCkaS ALMOST

Wh'Ie for more than forty yean bis ; >; beans cottage cheese sandwiches.. }HUMUM ? VA GOTTA "'HIt.1uH it 'ft-4E GA RA GE (OU _
1 nventkm of the mIcrophone waa veil ; black cherry pudding milk, tea. MAkE MEf
known to scientlsto as the cssenttaltctor DINNER-Baked fresh mackerel f l HEM -' ithi&S MURDERS
4 ta telephone transmission, itVSR a butter I '" i'' "" 51C1 (1 _
-
/. new potatoes In parslet A "URR8urHIt.lCr\ MA. -
not until the advent ol .radio& /
.
'ttathe microphone became familiar >, beet greens with lemon LOOK HOW CUTE THE /
salad
]iy known to-millions For without sauce, cucumber and lettuce
":.tike-) there Is DO broadcasting. shredded fresh pineapple oat- LOOK MA LOOK'ATUM .

Bcninrz is also the father of the : meal kisses, rye bread .milk, cof I
disc talking: : machine but It la his fee.

oldest ehU3Mike' that la his chief Children; under six ,years: of age .
pride. And DefUnct,'On his seventyrtxtb should not be served cantaloupefor : -
birthday, expressed. tb9 belle .t breakfast. A dish of stewed # F 1

that the microphone although now f fruit or glass of orange Juice t i; i I II ;+i#
fifty yean old. Is etm In Its ado-
q should be planned for them. y
teccence. The cert century he DeUevea truly
is
Black cherry pudding
..ID see "J41ke'ausefulness extended: :;1i. Fatblyu I 1
rq delicious and uses the black sweet !
Into other fields now no more fore. 5 t
seen than radio broadcasting was hall 1&J> : cherries to advantage. m I at is

a century ago Black Cherry Pudding
Be is a great laTer of music and believes .
that radio Is baring a far f One cup milk 1 cup cream, 5

retaking Influence In promoting; musical 3a tablespoons butter. % cup sugar _
I I II ,k 7r ; ;
lemon rind Vt
:1 appreciation In America. Be was 1 teaspoon grated
'i particularly pleased at the announce- S St v I I teaspoon grated nutmeg % tea 1" A''- r tt

..ent. made the day before that the spoon powdered cloves, 4 eggs 1 41 e ;s _
Atwater Sent Foundation this year I cup sifted dried bread crumbs 1 .
:
R ; -tic i
.
1)mrmed.earcblog out end educatingthe quart black cherries. 1
best vocal talent to be found In Heat milk and cream and add : ) y Tt.

twentyAve !I butter. Beat yolks of eggs well

with sugar, spices and lemon rind.
"JlU&1che declared "la one of "
Slowly add hot milk mixture, stir
} eh* finest of mental and spiritual +.t .:ft to dissolve Md'.rumbs .'.
ring sugar.
foods. If the mind Is pleasurably ex- '
,
and cherries with pits re- .
.; prelsed by the hartaonkms Tlbratlon .. < -
; "'..;: moved. Mix well and fold in
pf song mom free circulation better ,
"+ bcalUi. greeter activity: and more Ir whites cf eggs beaten until stiff: .L, "

smiles win be the result in our dally Berliner Holdlnj Ills Original microphone. 'and dry. Turn .into a buttered .I'.'
f Uves.rrhat. baking dish. Place on several

this Is being brought about 'Kent for Instance, who have made it I pleasure to the millions who listen thicknesses of paper in a pan of >-/ **- lir** -H H "* ... L"'I '...
t; :)ugh the broadcasting of musical I'their aim to project good music Into' In; they are giving inspiration mor- tot water, letting water me halfway : ;- :=:.I't"4IiP -. -
I
masterpieces by great artists then our homes must; be classed as bene-I'I ale and a better attitude toward life upon the dish. Bake in i a ;{ \Mgent may go out toswim ,,..,. :
can be no double Men tike Atwater I factors. They are not; merelyCONSTRUCTION giving' n :::
----, ---- "_._ generally. moderate oven until firm to the, but rant go near the water. 7_ -' "
-
-- --
---- ---- -- <
- ----- touch about 40 minutes. Serv The.-PlUFb rglt. girl has five feet I WNy MQ1r c 6 GET GRA l ,J.q.W.l\'M\ sara.on. J'

: 'with slightly sweetened, whippe ot wavy brown letis.floeged I
JAPANESE INSIST OF APARTMENT Cm7nsellesstwreRacrrt "<
.. I cream. I I THE. REPRIEVE. _-J.-

(Copyright, 1J27, NEA Service,Je.l inraercifally several days -- -- ,*
O'SPECULA'r
HOUSES AND HOTELS VALUEDAT ago and vts frightened into dis- r erhSod expects to put } nUg---- ,
Ti UPON LIMITATION ; J *ir
newly wean
Y
B\
pofiss-of lion dollars" into further INTO SARASOTA j They were ,.:
tveral of
valuable
MILLION STARTED IN STATE New Evidence in lam for h)0.MILLIONS. acres. I I meat of the project.' BRADENTON, July 11-Mystery i i the b 'ot of circunv "*- P8 .
I I he: "If things doa't r Qtu
OF WAR\ the identity of occupants :
CRUISERSGENEVA. T J. NisBette, Chicago I **th.-
Alabama Flogging roadster which dived bead!' > darling suppo ..
a
TALLAHASSEE. July 13.-Tbe number, the southwest had first assistant grand chief won't starve ",
twenty
i "ee BS
state hotel department lost montharthorlzed five, and the northeast fourteen I READY today, will be placed in into Sarasota bay from the i "No. dear.: th

r r Job 13,-Delegates : the construction in Florida -, the central district six; the southeastern -;I BIRMINGHAM, Ala., July 1 the. Insurance department side of the Cortex bridge j young wife poor "hl t gPr

to the trl-partite naval conference of hotels apartment houses and district seven and the While the state investigators we brotherhood, it was aDD the mainland with day. >! Trait'-

today decided to convoke a plenary restaurants valued at over a mil-I northwestern one. proceeding with evidence again FOR VENICE\! \\VORI{ Harry P. Daaghtrey .beach this morning Brad-j crlpt worse every

session tomorrow afternoon; in lion dollars according to the! Of the fifty-three structures au- the masked men who perpetrat president of tile ,

'ys order tbat assurance can be givenW W. Carter three floggings in Alabama dniii Locomotive Engineers was
monthly report of Jerry thorized by the department, five Sixty feet of railing was .
; that the negotiations are continuing commissioner of the department.The were classed as hotels. the last two weeks evidence w CLEVEj\VO, Ohio, July 13- guilty of "carele, less. )aJl i CRUELTY VnR01TSWhat
h t in the friendliest manenr. given the authorities today th The board indLffereace In the conduct the wooden structure by the I -**nn of avia-
e valuation placed upon the The figure for the five districts of trustees who are to reV8ll"A u yO!
? Ttie meeting today failed to re- structures in permits issued by the ; of the state for the month of June Arthur Hitt, negro alnd owner w11o. direct the nanclal affairs of the, office: by the'tri-annaa on Ke dash into the watr'r lion?". .

"u'it in an agreement on the eraser department was $1,149,750, compared -I follow:' Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers of the brotherhood. salvaged the car contained "I don't kr s**ythinK; abborghun'r

problem the Japanese insistingthat with $237,400 for the month of Northeast District 3KKtfOKT; organized todayTjy electing the think official of the 'straw bat a quantity of mechan- it," answered tor ,

they must have real limita- i May or $22: ,' 350 more for June Nine apartments $118,000; three : OF THE COSDITIOXS, ( S. S. cuff, Koanake, Va.. chairman hood tft.te toand guilt of tools and foar bottles of home "But I'movations ofd ill it. If all :he
She Best of El'U-
KvergUdei a& Sheriff H J. Stewart reCALLING "
tion. loan the previous month. restaurants.$7.500;.two hotels $13.- gU4c, ia the Mate .f )lot-Ida.' ar dt.1VIO Van Pelt Pittsburgh, charge; G. BxUbiojaoB ar-'oW to alrmnn. w
Washington Not Optimistic Permits issued by the departmentdo 800 total $139,30< at lie MOM .f l>.tiBfJBIA ... secretary. J. C. McDermand. of treasurer and L. 0. Gritting statesmen IY S' art! tab( off.

WASHINGTON July 13.Themore not cover the construction of Central District: SO 1127. I Great Palis;, Montana, is the other vice prwrHent'fcela tile our coats F learn to fly.- Washington

optimistic: tone of press ads -,anything but hotels, apartment Two apartments. $21,800; three RESOURCES OULA| ttueeegt.t No penalties for the men PAPA'S BLUFF I St

vices from Geneva since the British houses and restaurants. restaurants. $4,100; one hotel 40. Loans Loan on on Real Other Estate Collateral.__.f 47.&S2.15,512 Secretary Van Pelt announced been determined by the Old Man-"Are yea Mire yon can ---

delegation put forward a tentativenew 000 total $65,300.Southeast All Other Loans and Discounts t- ()day too brotherhood daughter the luxuries to
suggestion on the cruiser The southwestern section of the ...._. ....._.... ......._-___ 20,840 inue will con; my 07: FOR HAD CRAB
state led the other districts last, District; United Stat Bonds -- i 2tK> the 'e&rpments of Its Vent BELFAST, Jaly 13.-Mise she is ccwtomed? BAR' v, l l-g; ; ", July 1' -MI
problem failed to find reflection in Four ____ I I'OWltJ' t i34 Pin.
apartments. $14.600; three \ and Municipal project A Rwarj"
official circles Washington today -' month in valuations of the thVee Bonds ._ _.. ._.. 84.236 retrenchment W at ers' hair was torn out by Suitor"! ought to: I'm the one Annie tUlrd-j ''" was "
ft
houses total JI will "
rooming $5,350, $19- bt
for 'classes of structures :The total Banking ii.-Furniture pursued for the pres-) lars trying to Jiake her accustomed her to tlHlm.t. ."- I $375 <' two .
reasons. *5flL ...._... 'n 1Ht no mild .
'is. aad FixturesTotal 7. this fall the broth- < a H crag oafnIn W eat.
In b. first pleite, while this ten" "'U o. iict''Vy.ritfltanfifr. -- '. LBMJB amUllli'iilP Mb.m m..**., ,
k tativa station that theTrnlmf t" :;' ha dri :" 'imreftn ..;. ....._.._...-_---" !fAfj tJ J '< <. .' .' ;b <
were willing in: to talk the basisof n-up* competitor, \h...: fUiieastem SW apartmentsr$685i5o7; : fifteen t 4 sh hems "------- .t:: l\\ .. : ..: .. :.'" .-.... e .r
on restaurants Ckalr _._ "': --'.--
Head "
:". section wh95e'aluatlOXJ.., '76,100: two hotels on .r1ly r -----i6---V'. "----U--V-V----r. .- . '.
a 40000( (ton total for cruisers!., -
"
$145.000} twO
rooming houses, $13-
amounted to $133,300. -.-._---. -:2734 t II
there included sharp -4<
providing
was
eeo, total $019,600. IABlLIltIES DOLL t S
t restrictions! on the number of 10- Fifty three hotels, restaurants Northwest District: Capital Stock Paid_ inSurplus _,4355 t

000 ton ships to be built, has been ,-and apartments were authorized by One restaurant. $5,000; total, $it.- Undivided Fund Profits (Less Ex-j, <.-. !.--

mentioned in official advices it the. department in June. Of that ooa'. peaaea sad Taxes Paid) 2UUi; I.
ladivMtua .
>
Deports
Subjects '
has not been transmitted; by Ambassador to Check _.*-______.._._ 4U9,..I P
4 Gibson in any definite I reacting Jerusalem today of* the three defendants'charged with the Time Certificate* of : .

form.Secondary. I disastrous earthquake. murder of James J. Lettouef,:.Morgan Cashier Checks (H..._...__,,. f
twxltas .--. .__.._.._........_.__ : JftJ
Japanese insistence at Latest official estimates place City businessman, upon their y

Geneva upon a far lower figure the dead at more than 150 in Palestine arraignment>criminal court this Total -._.._._._.. -JMttbS&Sl

than the 400,00 ton proposal was and at 100 In TransJonJania. morning.The ee State: of Florida,.C County of. CoOler, f'To' Our Reader

construed to indicate that the real Unofficial figures rua much high I. Joe M. Bryan Cashier *f the
problem confronting: the three some estimates counting 1,000 defense'eouncel requestedthat above-named Bank do solemnly swear
the court rescind the order for that the above statement fe true to t ,
power parley u to reconcile the dead. the best of my knowledge and be
for trial to begin July 25 the
British and Japanese positions, not on lli[.
that time is neededto JOS )I. '
ground more BRYAN Cashier
the British and American view-
points. PENNSYLVANIANSWOULD prepare for the defense. The D CORRECT W McLEOI-ATXKJsT: : t. '..

There appeared to be little doubt BAR LAN motion was overruled. J.U.it DOXSEB .
HENDEnSOJf. JR.Subscribed J
among the officials here that Japanese D&wctors. (7! '

insistence that she must not PITTSBUEQH Pa. July 13.- Barbecue Followed by this 6th day of and July sworn 1927GteO. .ta before me t the course of the next two months "The Collier County News" will issie|
be asked to enter upon any increased The Federal court here today v.as W. STOKTlkR. County Jotfs f :

naval building program in view asked by five Pennsylvanians to Tournament on 4th .
'
of her economic situation woald Issue a perpetual injunction: restraining Pleases and Thrills NOTICE OF E1ECT1O5.. Si a series:special numbers, each of which will deal with a particular locality

prove an important factor before. the Kn Klux Klan from TAKE NOTICE THAT A StECIAtt+ :
conference ends. It also ELECTION H.vS BEEN U; details concerning that locality will 1 be given its
the was doing business In the state. ANt KILL UK HELD OSj A10- _{J in Collier County. All the -
felt In Washington that without Answering a suit of the Klan Continued from page 1) LIST 12th. It:.T. c

doubt. could the high British figure against them, the defendants also other people of Immokalee took co. Collier The euxtion bounty win, KkTida be bald. at-'litr-eau at, natural .'resources, i its biggest projects, its social l advantages, biographical
and the low Japanese figure be sought an order requiring tbat Laxambas,, .oilier County, .' Fferkta
the and
y. .1 brought into harmony there would the rga bation make an accounting over custom when the celebrations compr.sulg the two (:2) a..t Swig Yot-' v and other articles of interest We
Am-i for the Indians ceased, lug prt-cincti within the SaMbnteioB sketches of well known personages, promf f
be little difficulty in obtaining
here-m
of all funds received and thata continued to have barbecues -attir described, to 0Mcmrin
erican approval of a compromise of Whether the folowlnc' described Subdivision '
satisfactory to these two extreme receiver be named. their own. Only instead of having wit: of the County of collier;-to>- ise our readers a bigger and better newspaper fbanK they have previously enjoyed ,
them just Christmas I t
en day,
peteitionsF All of Sections 13. 14. Ii.' It '
n, I
h-f --'---.- I Five Atlantic Fliers they also commenced to celebrate 22. 2i in, :=4,.&:. 30, 27, 28, JJ.34.ttaadi j I pot.only for the-next two months, but for all time. These special issues -
Township M South .ltw ,
on Independence day, and the tour- e -
VICTIM POINTS I Homeward BoundOn 27 East ; also -
nament was alfo added as a part All of Sections It, 17t 18,-19 \ Collier
28k excellent opportunity to see County in the making -
OUT ATTACKERTOCCOA. S. S. Leviathan of the event. And today this cus- Ii. m". n, 30, a U 33 Ia T w*- will give you._an
ship eo South Range 2$ East

STEAMSHIP LEVIATHAN, years tom, which is still dates observed back with so enthusiasm many- Alt of Townships and int.t' .., 'and will be.valuaHe. I from a historical standpoint in the years to come.

Ga. July It:Mr* by the residents of Immoka- Townships 51 South, Rouges::..' ,, .
Aasiey Bowers. rtetfaa of a severe I July IS- Fire American air heroes I .6. 87 and W* ol 38 lutM; **. numbers will also contain valuable
whipping at the bands pf a hooded who flew across the Atlantic lee. al All townships of Township 52 Soath.and .tntcUoa-,,Kangs r And the -issues which will follow these special -

bud recognised Blrar dark, rait' and are now homeward bound ::i. :2 s. and 27 and Wtf 4f.J*
.. within < :
t East; also intereSting"inform ti about projects your own county.
road brakeman. M o&e of the men aboard the Leviathan seemed con- Ml of > n
Townships S3
and fractional -
wo attacked her because he 'was lent today to take the background Florida Bankers Townships Swath, .faa .d

"pigeon-toed." Mrs. Bowers tesU- ia life aboard ship and with due % :2(7y..an.dy.Wry% of,,,, 28 14>1 8tl- ,

assault fted here with today latent, tfi Clark's to nwmlw.trial far I play gallantry exclusively permit upon the limelight the ambitious to- May Organize Stall i for become the purpose a Special of 'bi'trlct IrrrUe(.OtaN aarotkcting I' In order;; that:; you may get the issues which are,to come, we suggest that r ,

Mrs Bowers aad a Tocooa physician. Pre=leia Thea Rasche, German exclusive: use District of public School tree Tax for ndxrats IB* Tolflri: ii\I8 immediately. We also suggest that
subscription
!
for
WILLISTON check
Dr. J. B. D. label, were the I ftviatnx who is also aboard. ) Jnly 13.-A "Coon-; ;rep for the exclusive uan rL pu Uo Z .. a your .
witae called wy the state She is gag to the United j i ty Bankers of Florida Association"" schools within the Dterriet, < '
only tt R known
as SPECIAL T..ut-J5C1tOOla for the coming to insure
before it rented its CMC. States determined to recross the I ia the next prospective organiza- DISTRICT NUMBER T\VO"tJ Jour: dd ubscribers renew their subscriptions year -

Mrs Bower reiterated the story Atlantic by air and thus be the !'tioa for Florida If plans now underway matters That at said election in* tettowlnc
shall be ,
of Ute atack OB her sad her BOBby drat woman to make the flight I am010lK the small town bankers Jortty of the ballots I carts?etectors A iaa- getting the &aper regularly. The subscription price is two dollars a year.

marked and hooded men wbWl Ijjrd aDd his companions remained r are carded oat A meeting is qualified that the three&II praeerfbed bylaw. awl *

she toll to a jury teat last week I in their staterooms much 'to be held Ifc Silver Springs near the be JIiCbefi "ote(3)at sack psrseae eIcdJon nocftY8t/t.8IfaU ChecknF should be made payable to the Ev erglades Publishing company, and:

found W G. Acres principal of the to the disappointment of many 'I Ocala OB Labor Day for the purpose INstrict declared SclsOl<
Stephens 'fontr fetgh t.d1ool'at I passeiisers I of discussing the proposed association It khan be dew: ,should I be mailed to

Bastooollee entity ot assault and, i and the outlining of a FIRST-Wbether said 'gdeecrlbed _

battery. Acree was tried on ARMY DIRIGIBLE CRASHES definite program of organization. Florida Subdivision a.aU of become the a $'teefat adrtbSier: Trz, { ,

charge of aaaaaU with Intent .Co INTO HIGH TENSION WIRE ;E. S. Martin local banker is chairman I School Dhltrk-t : <+< .. tt: .
S co D-Who : *
murder l BT LOUIS July 13.-Lleut. Cot of an o.rgaUzatwn committee.$1,000,000ioSpital Trustees of said 1)istriet shan be tile.; ,r'School --
Dr.!' Isbell who attended Mr f Jfthn A. Paegelow; commandant at TlIftD--Tpe number J'".nt. s 'el nbottict
Bowers after her lleatfn> said the Scott Field BeScville, HL and two lh ted Tax tom ieyied sad 01..
i I II the t_
Inixrmnem: used to produce the i aide Lleot. K. S Axtater and years attotxydha :' _

wounds be found ea her body was I Corporal.!!. T. Robinson narrowly highest The three! C:::' ilrrasar reeotag tJM COLLIER'COUNTY NEWS

strong enough to produce: death. t escaped: death last night when the Ready in Tampa Soon declared numher the Tru"tees of rote eluded east.akail for. tbe be /THE;

.TF-1. non-rigid army dirigible Specal Tag S a ;najorirv
of aU the .
crashed into a 3,00 volt high),ten- in Eater vetsttast be --
Qf
150 DEAD I TAMPA. July l'Tampa.'sne ; e-.atift4r !ac! :T -
slea.. wire a mile and half north Scho.>! I I'la rice aDd MI 111TrU5125$ '
PALESTINE mtrateKl :hospital, being I f'1.a.1 s-rr. for tho- nest : '. EVERGLADES FLORIDA
Klrkwooii suburb '
of a None . erected here at la cost of nearly } .a. and Perform the .. : .
the three occupants... of the dirigiblewas satlfien and a half dollars cnbt'd ht ldw. -- ..
.. will Soil <'ction -
Unofficial 'Iul'f'e Estimate Quake Injured.Alleged, lo be held betwee4. y
probably ready for ocenpancy in I eight oekeck A. K. and saaaew.r aq : < -

-Tl tIms At 1,000 Murderers about on two the months structure Work in was March began -, 'Auqut.11\! 1'o..e and 12th.' ordered l92;. this JgjyTTKST "" '_-b Uk.. --- DONT MISS THE COLLIER CITY NUl\'ffiER 1 1t. \ NEXT WEEK

JERUSALEM July 13.-NabJus. : ,
u$ The hospital Was first de- -
EO.Um
ancient nariUn enter, 30 mtte __. Plead Not GuiltyFRANKLIN I cMted back 99r1N OF prBLI: : uc-
:ttpoa .In 19 4, bat considerable OF C LLIl'R e north ol thA< Holy City and other 'FLORiDA t. : ." ,
delay was -experienced I JtaB24 HLNTONkrtetxkat. -: ... "" ;'- d s.t
13.-Ple.a.s''
cities! la the nitty Landappear liken La July before -
-
contracts '
were let for itsconstruction. of Pnbllc :.
Inrtmc- .. ,,
1 IPS of the dead say reports .of not guilty were entered by the : ___ ton cf molar B-rountq.JOb. U.Florida 13r.'i'A."l., .:: = ':. .= -



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ThiilSda ,,, July 14, 1927HOME _

GAME AND FOWL EXISTIN "

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ABUNDANCE ABOUT MORAL STORE NEWS CARRiED ON ATROBERTS


S i IMMOKAlEE DISTRICT 9lRMrs.

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; Wild Life of Varied '

: Character Exists in Vaden Works at

I Woods About Town 1' Immokalee Over


An abundance of i' WeekEndHome
,
game wildlife ; : '
'
of all kinds exists .. .. ." ..
about '
I Immokaiee. t.
I demonstration\ work in
Although game and wild Immokalee .la progressing rapidly

animals are not as abundant as under the efficient supervision of
f they were at one time deer quail; lira.. B. L. Vaden home demonstration -

squirrel snipe and plover still ex* I. : agent for Collier CountyOn
s 1st In abundance in the latter T Friday, July eighth she was
part of the nineteenth century and ..assisting In the canning of half a
the,early part of the twentieth 'A : beat at the home of R. Roberts and

p however, it was possible to kill:a : : : tae neighbors cam in to watch the
deer without leaving one's home_ caning and to assist in every way
:"" Infact Thomas Williams, who : possible. Those assisting in the
came *o lmmo t ales in 1888 recalls ash work were Mr. and Mrs. M. G Mor-
." ,. the time when he could step to the 'ar riaon. Mrs. J. I. Whidden Mr and
door of his home and bring down \ Mrs. J. M. Hunter and Mr. Marvin

deer as easily a**the people of Carson. A picnic lunch was serv-
fco-day< turn on the faucet to draw ed to the gathering at noon. which
; i glass; of water. waa enjoyed by everyone presentA
There was a time few years" : description of the beef canning
a ,
a lo( when game and Wild fowl .,. Be :; : process might prove interestingThe
'
,. re very scarce. It la again be. ,-. :,, : inning ,,. -. beef was killed the day preceding
.
i eo<<: Dg more plentiful ,however; : 4/f .. :. ; the work and early Friday
"fcbrdJng to Samuel morning the choicest meat was cut
Thompson; \
j "aeuse of the enactment 'and ,, : : from the bones, and the bones!'\ wore
fOrt then cut cracked and boiled in
ent of sane game : .A' ". open -
ft :
: "'Italic game and other forms en-I" kettles in the yard. Tuis i gave a
"114 'e In Collier County rich broth which was placed in can!
Ilcted for future use. The less! choice

very few to years believe more Thompson'the there Is'i ; .. .,' :. cots of meat were also boiled with
nka. : the bones to provide a richer broth

=:. be abundant game as will at the once be- ) After the cans were filled with th*>
boiling broth they were placed in
g f this! .f. :
century Altho'ah
Monda July 18tb a pressure cooker under a steam
Or.
Thompson adds; :
.
test"aoaethln'ar .must be done to Pro: .. < _< < pressure gave a temperature of fifteen pounds.equivalent! which t t.>

preveha tests from fire, as that : ; two hundred and fifty degree>
,
birds from
; % nesting Fahrenheit. Thia
and thoroughly gtet-
breeding th'dt1! and other game from .. .. }; '. fuses the can and its contents and!

'Not >> the broth will keep indefinitely.

;, life exist otay in cl s II this kind about of wildwoods Im- :; : 1'A Choicest Meats Canned

er mokalee bat estrnctlve animals /y ,
also roam the "' The choicest meats were cut an,i
country preying
upon cattle, as deer. placed Into boiling tallow, which
ji These and reared them and held the: ri< f h;
ntk
.p bear and' au clude )anther. juices within the meat. Then thf"-.
who has bee cu A. Carson. Service A were packed in cans salt was pta -
t a country for Direct Bu'ng
.: about thirty y.e ecalla his first ed upon the top and hot tallow!
1r. \ visit to Immob and poured' over them. The covers were
m bera that the pan, r emem- pot upon the cans, which were thr'n
: up to the used to come placed in the sealer and sipi.
+
house


_.I,!':,'j:, ago.away.the and! pumping a stock panther G. C- and W'llaoa station came:\<; u sports g short nd ng the watched them hogs time that j [x : I Will Be Est: lished WithTaipa : ;:L .. '... Then pressure Mr.. the Roberta for cooker.cans a period expects were where of placed to one they get hour: in abov f t i imained I'd


one hundred of ,
the .1'-'t. cans meat earl:
operator ;
a; by the light of oil th acb.nel'7! < .. : .; .- < .. : ': '. can having a minimum value n>f
an ,
<" opex.rfc ; .. .s- fifty cents. He would have !
R. Roberts gotten
also Vf\, ,
c \. statements which have in leI made the l" <\i'A.4: Our % OffJ." r :' beef about on twenty-one the hoof the dollars hide mil for the
;: above. / get
j JJJj first ,came He to says this that country W\ .1914r he ..kL': >;; ;:;.;:.: : U < .:< afoot two dollars and a half and

he : _(s tIM cost of the cans in which thettnat
obtained -
all his ,
.
'nnbafili _
meat / ,.. .. ,
> > .J ... .. 'J..i : .
.. was, amountni
A" placed to five
'
log In the woods and fiah/S *& the ,. -, ;/ 0'' '<5.;, -o.i': ; ;, ",, "' ;:;: >
-.- toMan.
When tk>
-: akes. lie also recalls /ow the : "- ;a. .l"';' "" Iii! :! '? cost* and receipts -
: aN totafind op uavfn* r>f
; panther used to come / to the ,
; twmty-four
: dollars will have
accrued. -
houses and drag awa r/he domes- r .
tic animals and assep* that there ;i : ,," In the
l1J' > past caning has been don

wild-cats are many In panther the WOPS' bears about, 1m.and OUk AIM IS TO IDE FRESH WHOLESOME along lidden other in February lines. Mrs.canned J ovf4M I-

; Ill alao'pTalsel .
reokalee today. cans of vegetables
including
the game laws t:h have been :; : beans, squash, corn, peas. tomatoes
enacted in the '38 .of the past tOUR PATRONS r. and cabbage. Mrs.
Whiddeapurchased
few years and :rerh( that theyreplenishing : ,. ., PRODU0Jl1; ; i a sealer which: she! a-

will this country w/b gate and wildfowl A neighbor of Mrs. Whidden3 had
a crop of beans which would haP
: : gone to waste bad not Mre W'hi.l-.

Immokalee o Have /1 : P ,: : ;::.w" 7 des aim canned half the them beans for him.which giving ah.

Sc ool HouseWork : Fruit canned. This saved for futurr
New u
.. L ; : : food,
: T Vegetables andTable : : worthless.which at that tim wa
.
on ImBnokalee'a. s new ;. ::. Mrs. R.
Roberts has also canned
r g school bJiiiiUtg i;, will .be started the MM
cans of beans, kie-! '
first of August It the present turnips. cabbage squash.. pi<

plans sure "f The r tbs new city building fathers( will maters 1e \ .. : Delicacies Will Be meat fruit and which peas in tomatoes addition gr.t* the pn
r was
canned lait 1 Fr
inodrrn m every respect and Is >: day Mrs. J. M. .
Hunter alp. h << = ;
1 belnit erected to replace the prey :; done
w : ltec some canning and the hs*
ent building which is cramped and ;
enough
.
; Rec ; Daily ; vegetables and grefix) "!i-
crowded. It probably will not be .t hand until the truck gardens om

s ready for the opening of the fall f '' a .Ys-;.' n. i<1' f t; I ;. mace producing again in thi- (fal'Mrs.
term in September: but it 1* .r.. : "' : -i'' ._ ., 'A Vaden DOM
> ,-". ... ... _:: Other Work
that the work on the : .\ -. I.
t peered ex-I', "' <., .. ; Mrs Vaden U also carrying (.f)
nt,: will bf completed. by the \.8J a brooder for Mr"*. Roberta an" ob-
of October.CountyCommissioners. I her work in
other
." tins She huts;
i"
: '
ji. % .. ; .. : ; : tamed one hundred leghoru ,hukns. -
; "' .
< > e1gbt-D Ae cf which Mr
; ., Roberts raised to maturity Tne-
> .. \.i
..
> r'J. '< THE VERY commenced .
/Equalize Tax Rolls 'PRICES WLLBE ." # to lay when th. ; sere
.
>f -" -
... : .... ;,. font months eld. Mrs Robert has.
:' : C already sold off all the broilers
., 4The County Coromlslsoners of : \ -LOWEsrrOSSffiLE : :: forty-five ,
;Collier County met at Everglades < CON- < roosters. pullet and for\-fo-r}

'on Monday of equalizing July fourth the for tax th as-!: '<\i/\ .4 .:' : : Immokalee also .
-purpose / : ; has a Horn- DemOMtration
Bessment; There were but a few '. \ SIS1TNTWITH% club for the young .-/inteas -
In the '- '' of the
minor changes: assessment, ,. .' : : town. Thp m nrH'rq
as the property had been assesed ,. ..: ,. ,:> : :, .'-' < : : .. :;:/ '. of this club are: Ruth Smith.: "d'sh>
AlI
from the old assessment rolls QUALITY rlttOD. Josephine Roberts! ,
which were In the minds of the Louise Roberta, Buena May Car, >n.
commissioners, as nearly equal acould Pearl Lee. Wilma Bryant. Ad r ,
be obtained. J. '\". Burke. Bryant. Cora Mae Metcalfe.: s' mi!
representing the Lee CTPwas Com Brown. Mildred Roberts, GUrtv; <
pany. tiled an objection to the Morrison, Mary Alice ){Ptla'[p.
.J assessment against the property of s k Gladys! DuPree. Agnes DuPree.- ? id '
that company. Following this the Dorothy Bryant. These children!!
""commlsison adjourned until. Us iI:1 all cultivated gardens during trot< _-
regular meeting on July thin a S : past winter but owing to the trn-ts

te nth., -.faFUL Which visited Florida In February;
and March these gardens
--- were --K
---'-.-.tTA3IPA : : : highly successful. -

Julyt eon .
,
fanciers of Tampa have 4 I. -"" ". '. Demonstration club at (>'rk.- T'.v. -
,latlon with the following officers a settlement not far from lmn.n-
: E. W. Hoke. president: aLong B. kalee although the work N i..0, be
vice-president and Q. P organised In this section: in the

Williamson secretary,-treasurer. t' : near future A taw week- dg Mrs,
.
The charter membership is 20. Thaorganiiation Vaden cannel t a hoff f.r. J J.
meets oa the first '* : : Wbidden of Corkscrew awl h* was
and third Fridays Of each month : : S ;so pies8* ,and its members seat to promote t; >-- ;: contr and realer and
the breeding and raising 'of fancy nti ; bought f.vr- nuri'ii.---i i xlra rang -
faad. utility pigeonsCOI.UMBUS Manhattai ---- -
Me [ C' EDUCATORS EI.EtT

union coal miners. 0. today July -oh1o'e. rejected' c rporatioA lit SEATTLE StorrAdir Ja!%, i-
the ultimatum of lift.operators, to er of RKT! -i-i-i I \ -. became prt-.sj!
'.. 'I.'s accept a wage acslivbased.tipou th. *" dent of *h..- ,.j,1; edu' anon a*.'<.o.
..,:: $S per day scale of lilt"by* July: elation ai :use of th- ian! g*>Q-
.. 15, or suffer the opening. of the FOUNDED AT .. eral session of the organization
,:;':'\.' mines with non-nloa workmea.s: .-: : : THE CREATION OF COLLIER COUNTY here ef her today. Format .nll' ui.c.m"?,
election ,
came i* _
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.; :"!- T asaociation's; business
u f- *: pr-g'aa.
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